We've got some great speakers lined up for our online panel debate on the topic of Information Overload, which will take place on Tuesday 10 November at 11am, but we'd also like to hear from our readers on how you're getting to grips with the data explosion and processes you've put in place to deal with ever-increasing amounts of information.
Joining us for the debate will be Martin Richmond-Coggan, information management & applications expert in IBM's Software Group, Ian Price of Grimsdyke Consulting, Martin Atherton from analyst firm Freeform Dynamics, the National Computing Centre's director of Advisory Services, Michael Dean, and V3.co.uk journalist Rosalie Marshall.
Our panellists will be discussing areas such as the impact that information overload can have on employee productivity, how analytics tools can improve corporate decision-making, best practices for records management, and ways to control use of corporate information outside of firms' boundaries, made harder by the rise of social networking.
You can register to take part in the panel debate here. During the hour-long session, you'll have a chance to pose your questions to all our panellists on the key challenges your firm is facing around information management, and hear their expert guidance on getting a grip on all your data. Or just use the comment tool below to leave a question for our experts.
The web panel debate is part of the V3.co.uk Summit on Information Overload, in association with IBM, taking place from Tuesday 10 November until Thursday 12 November.
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