Enterprise information management (EIM) strategy Definitions

  • D

    digital workplace

    The digital workplace is a concept that describes how technology is increasingly creating a virtual equivalent of physical workplaces, and how that trend allows businesses to rethink traditional processes and increase efficiency.

  • E

    enterprise content management (ECM)

    Enterprise content management (ECM) is a set of defined processes, strategies and tools that allow a business to effectively obtain, organize, store and deliver critical information to its employees, business stakeholders and customers.

  • enterprise information management (EIM)

    Enterprise information management (EIM) is the set of business processes, disciplines and practices used to manage the information created from an organization's data as an enterprise asset.

  • I

    information rights management (IRM)

    Information rights management (IRM) technologies help control, secure and manage content from unwanted access.

  • R

    right to be forgotten

    The right to be forgotten is the concept that individuals have the civil right to request that personal information be removed from the Internet.

  • T

    take-down request

    A take-down request, also called a notice and take down request, is a procedure for asking an Internet Service Provider (ISP) or search engine to remove or disable access to illegal, irrelevant or outdated information.

  • taxonomy

    Taxonomy is the science of classification according to a predetermined system, with the resulting catalog being used to provide a conceptual framework for discussion or analysis.

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