Donald Norman (1998) advocated the concept of invisible technology, however, as the design of information technology has developed and technology has become invisible, information has also lost is visibility. Action is needed to make information visible in information technology.
Hold onto Your Information, Not to Cybersecurity
Organizations rely on cybersecurity to keep information secure this can detract from the real issue of creating a culture of information responsibility.
Lessons from Paddington Bear
Paddington Bear is known for being polite and well meaning, if a little accident prone. The fictional character created by Michael Bond in 1958 is the subject of a film released today in the UK. What lessons from Paddington Bear can we learn about managing information?
Mike Phillips describes Brand C as the next generation of charity shops in the UK. The vision is to replicate the business model of TK Maxx. TK Maxx stores offer up to 50,000 items including clothing, toys, and household products from a wide range of suppliers.
Did IT Interrupt Your Holiday?
Information technology is a tool that enables us to share and request information but sometimes IT shackles us and holds us hostage. Were you able to take a break from your organization this summer, or did IT interrupt your holiday?
Accessing Centralized Information
Information management seeks to facilitate and encourage the sharing of information within and between organizational functions. Information systems and information technology are implemented to facilitate access to centralized information so why is accessing centralized information difficult?
Negative Aspects of Information Silos
Information management seeks to remove a silo culture but why? What are the negative aspects of information silos?
Positive Aspects of Information Silos
The phrase ‘working in a silo’ generally has negative connotations and information management policies usually seek to eradicate a silo culture. This post explores whether there are any positive aspects of information silos.
Plagiarism and Forgery: A Taxonomy of Declared Information Ownership
Plagiarism and forgery are at opposite ends of the declared ownership spectrum. Plagiarism involves attempting to present the work of others as if it were your own. In contrast,
Sharing Food and Creating Social Memory
Maundy Thursday is a significant day in the Christian calendar reflecting on the Last Supper. The coming together of a family or community to share a meal is an