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Information Management

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Emerson Kim

on 31 October 2013

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Transcript of Information Management

Jobs in Information Management
There's CKO's, CLO's, CPO's, but most importantly CIO's

CIO's handle all implementation of information technologies and frequently report to the CEO

Information age has driven the importance of the CIO and the information technologies they manage.

The Future of Information Management
Managing Money
UW CIO: Kelli Trosvig
Mihai Ciustea
Aaron Elefson
Emerson Kim
Kevin Rawls
Spencer Walden
Josh Zhu

Information Management
Group 6
INFO 200

Accounting software
can keep track of
finances, income,
costs, taxes, etc

It makes it easier and more convenient to manage your money and inventory
How a Small Business May Manage Its Information
Pizza Restaurant
Information to be managed:
Food sales, Inventory of
ingredients, payment processing,
communication, etc.
Payment Processing
To accept debit/credit cards, a proper system is necessary
Having a secure process to handle a customer's personal information
Communicating with customers over phone or internet to take orders
Also with employees, suppliers, and stakeholders
What is Information Management?
The collection and management of
information from one or more sources
and the distribution of that information
to one or more audiences.
History of Information Management
Humans have had to manage information ever since they started recording it

There have been many forms of management

Society today has advanced from books and filing papers to storing and organizing information by means of digital technology.
UW, its libraries, and Information Management
With over 40,000 students the University of Washington has a massive amount of information to manage (cite)
Responsible for the creation of a Division of Bioinformatics
Stabilized the UW-IT organization
Redesigned the central administrative systems user interfaces for the campus

How does the library handle information?
The library has a system that creates a database of whatever we have, in terms of physical and digital materials; we can then do a catalog search to find the database later.
Information systems the libraries use
WorldCat(alog), Ex-libris

A lot of the library's material is called digital collections.

They have platforms which allow them to digitize collections, and archive material - such as D-space digital commons.
The libraries have systems to acquire information, store the information effectively, and distribute that information efficiently.
certain databases extract data from a lot of journals and then packages it; they have databases for a myriad of different subject areas.
"Every two days we create as much information as we did from the dawn of civilization up until 2003." -Eric Schmidt, Google Chairman

Information management is essential to success
enables communication, processing of data, and problem solving
expanding field of study with new possibilities in the future
Information Management from the library's perspective
Management means acquiring material, as well as finding ways to provide access to that material; and then have a system in place that will process the information systematically so that the retrieval process is easy.
Acquiring information, buying physical materials, managing digital information, licensing for data, data mining, and data management is all information management from the library's perspective.
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