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New blogs from The 451 GroupNick Patience, March 3, 2008 @ 12:00 pm ET
First off is a new blog called Too Much Information. It covers the world of information management, by which we mean search, collaboration, content management, text analysis, archiving, electronic discovery; anything that pertains to the ongoing struggle by organizations and people to find, discover and use information effectively.
It’s written mainly by our content management and collaboration analyst Kathleen Reidy and myself – I cover search and text analysis. But both of us have a wider remit to watch how information management is evolving and will include contributions from others, especially two of our storage analysts, Simon Robinson and Henry Baltazar.
Second up is our new blog focused on enterprise security. It is called Plausible Deniability and is the official blog of 451′s Enterprise Security Practice (ESP). It comprises the work of The 451 Group’s security analysts, including Research Director Nick Selby and senior analysts Steve Coplan and Paul Roberts.
As you many have seen we’ve redirected our blogs home page away from CAOS Theory (which of course remains at its home page) to a new disambiguation page here where our blogs and their feeds are listed.
Watch out for more blogs coming from The 451 Group in coming months.
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