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Architecting for Participation: How Information-Sharing Environments Overcome Information Silos

Published: 15 December 2009

ID: G00172131

Analyst(s): David Newman , Nicholas Gall

Summary

Most organizations struggle to overcome information silos due to lack of shareability principles, designs, models, processes and systems. Follow Gartner's unified information shareability model to increase the business value of enterprise information.

Table Of Contents
  • Overview

Analysis

  • Introduction
  • Establishing the ISE
    • Gartner's Enterprise Information Taxonomy: The Right Information
    • The Enterprise Information Life Cycle: The Right Phases
    • Enterprise Information Characteristics: The Right Qualities
    • Enterprise Information Interactions: The Right Interfaces
    • Enterprise Information Disciplines: The Right Roles
    • EIM Building Blocks: The Right Activities
  • Conclusion and Recommendations

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