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The Lifeblood of an Organization

When internal or external information is mismanaged, you risk misplacing, leaking, or even losing valuable data.

Proper IM keeps information circulating securely through your processes and systems. However, if those systems are weakened or not well-maintained, troublesome issues can arise.

In the same way that our body relies on blood, your business relies on a well-designed flow of information to communicate effectively.


Keep an eye out for these “symptoms” of poor information management :


Poor Circulation

At the end of the day, your business cannot operate effectively if the right information isn’t accessible when employees need it.

Symptoms of poor informational circulation in a business may include:

  • Information cannot move to, from, or between employees in a timely manner.

  • All departments are aiming informational efforts in different directions.

  • Employees are wasting their time trying to locate information in a timely manner.

  • Faulty or incorrect information is shared often due to lack of communication.


Informational Bleeding

When business managers are left without access to factual information required to clearly convey a message, your business can begin to weaken at the seams, demonstrating worrying symptoms such as:

  • A significant disconnect between the decision-makers and the core operators.

  • A leader’s vision not being understood.

  • A loss of mission-critical information, including data, server attacks, and hacking.

  • The knowledge lost when employees leave.



If informational bleeding is not stopped with safe, trusted, and proven solutions, your business can become infected with faulty data and become increasingly susceptible to cyber attacks.

Symptoms of informational infection may include:

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  • Slow or ineffective operations.

  • Timely efforts and costly endeavours to fight off reoccurring viruses.

  • Tainted internal communication, eventually affecting operations of your vendors and clients.