Thursday, November 19, 2009

Parking Lot Theory

I have been working on a new theory for the RIM world called the “Parking Lot Theory”. The premise simply stated is that business' need to incorporate the realities if parking cars into the data parking world. By doing so the corporate data parking lot would be more RIMful and less DISCOVERYchallenged. If information was parked in designated parking lots (not PSTs, home computers, thumb drives and third party storage farms, the business would better harness huge value. So consider company, customer and employee convenience when it comes to building or buying a new data parking lot. As information value does up, just like a car, give the lot more functionality. And if it's important e-stuff you should be willing to spend more on its proper management.

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