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Check out the first video of a new series, Systemscope Speaks – Partner Stephen Karam explains where we were, and what’s coming next.

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User Experience Scenarios
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Effective change management

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Systemscope's highlights from the past 25 years

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Will Digital Government Kill Traditional Information Management?

Buzzwords aside, let’s get real with Digital Government. While there are some examples of digital services being offered, digital government is still in its nascent stage within the Government of Canada. As I reflect on information within this concept, I realize that the evolution of information management as a service becomes more critical: information flows will evolve; policies and institutions will have to adapt to this trend; and information risks to will have to be identified and mitigated. Evolving information management into a service within a digital context will shake traditional information management to its core. My three cents below: read more  

Does a Telco Lay Fibre Optic Cables or Make It Possible for You to Order Pizza? — IM as a Service

My conversations with Andrezza Falk, a consultant with Systemscope, have challenged me to broaden my understanding of information management, and to think of it as a practice that goes beyond compliance and as a service in its own right. What follows is a dramatized account of Andrezza’s thought-provoking questions and my sometimes less-than-articulate deer-in-the-headlights responses…
Andrezza: “Should IM practitioners think of themselves as ensuring compliance or delivering a service?”  read more  
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