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What does VOI stand for?

VOI stands for Value of Information (decision making)

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  • Business, finance, etc.

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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.
ABN AMRO has realized additional benefits from MindAlign including: --Improved Use of and Benefit from Third-Party Market Data Sources --Faster, More Consistent Dissemination of Proprietary Research --Increased Speed of Trading Operations Around The Globe --Increased Visibility of Market Conditions and Opportunities --Increased Customer Satisfaction Through Secure & Immediate Connectivity --Decreased E-Mail Storage Requirements --Decreased International Voice Network Traffic "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.
BUSINESS WIRE)--July 30, 2003 Announces New Symmetrix DMX Systems, Major New Software and Connectivity Advancements to Help Customers Maximize the Value of Information Resources Less than six months after delivering the most significant high-end storage advancements in more than a decade - the Symmetrix(R) DMX series of information storage systems - EMC Corporation today unveiled the next major wave of Symmetrix DMX systems, software and related technologies.
Business Editors NEW YORK--(BUSINESS WIRE)--May 14, 2002 Factiva(TM), a Dow Jones and Reuters Company, released a new white paper entitled "Free, Fee-Based and Value-Added Information Services," which considers the quality, availability and value of information on free Web sites, fee-based Web sites and value-added information services.