Personal Information Management – “PIM Coach tip of the day”.
Google is about to announce the specifics of their increased on-line storage capabilities. Microsoft is pushing their online storage for individuals and Small and Mid size business. Proceed with caution. Here’s why… Continue reading →
Disk Drive Shortages hit home. In November 2011 there were major floods in Thailand that effected the Information industry in profound ways. The Disk manufacturing plants of the worlds largest manufactures suffered widespread damage.
Personal Information Management is all about data. I have been trying to deliver the message that there is a “Data Deluge” happening in our personal lives. There is more data being generated than there is Continue reading →
With regard to Personal Information Management – PIM – Millions of people experience a major loss of data every year!!
We all inevitably will suffer a disk crash on our primary personal computing device. This event will end up being either a minor inconvenience, OR a major disaster. Only you have the ability to influence which it is.
Below is a technique that will enable you to avoid the major disaster. It is called Continue reading →
Persoanl Information Management (PIM) by backing up your personal information and data is critical to your personal well-being. A recent article in the small business section of Foxbusiness.com illustrates how important the proper backup of data is for Continue reading →
Personal Information Management – Risk and a strategy to avoid that risk
A study performed by Vanson Bourne and EMC (One of the top data Storage firms in the world.) found that, “Most UK companies don’t believe they can completely restore their data after downtime or data lost.” This is a frightening finding as it relates to us as individuals. Here’s why. Continue reading →
Predictions: By 2013, 80% of businesses will support workers using tablets.
Gartner, one of the top analyst firms in the High Tech industry, has published its “Top Predictions for 2011:” One of the predictions – “By 2013, 80 percent of businesses will support a workforce using tablets.”*
What does this mean to you as an individual as it relates to your Personal Information Management, PIM Strategy? It means many things. Continue reading →