Blockchain is presented as a secure transaction information solution and described with words like “decentralized”, “unalterable” and “permanent”. It’s no wonder that it has piqued the interest of businesses and their information management teams. Business wants to be able to create, edit, collaborate on and disseminate their information in a secure environment. They also want to use their business information to inform evidence-based decision making. Is it any wonder that business wants to know how blockchain can help them with these goals? read more
Author: Mary Aksim
Mary Aksim is a Master's of Information Studies student at the University of Ottawa's School of Information Studies. She is doing a co-op placement with Systemscope's IM team over the Fall 2017 term.