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Optimisation of monitoring networks for water systems; information theory, value of information and public participation.
They are therefore incapable of Information Lifecycle Management as defined by SNIA (Storage Networking Industry Association), specifically, "ILM is comprised of the policies, processes, practices, and tools used to align the business value of information with the most appropriate and cost-effective IT infrastructure from the time information is conceived through its final disposition.
It provides a great opportunity for members to celebrate for one full month the value of information to business, government, and organizations worldwide.
In a recent discussion with CTR, EMC's Don Swatik pointed out that, as the value of information increases, the time it takes to get the information becomes valuable.
The value of information depends on its accuracy, completeness, understandability, relevancy, and timeliness.
When you look at the value of information in today's financial markets, seconds equate directly to millions, if not tens of millions, of dollars.
ControlCenter's in-depth reporting supports PNI's information lifecycle management (ILM) strategy by identifying underutilized files for archiving or deletion and instilling automated policies for determining the value of information and the appropriate class of storage.
IBM Global Services integrates IBM's broad range of capabilities - services, consulting, hardware, software and research - to help companies of all sizes realize the full value of information technology.