Information-Driven Business
How to Manage Data and Information for Maximum Advantage

Robert Hillard

Information is not just a window on the business, increasingly it is the business! Around the world, businesses and governments are migrating from a process-driven past to an information-driven future.

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Robert Hillard has been a guest on number of ABC Radio National programmes discussing aspects of his books, information and society.
Ockham’s Razor with Robyn Williams discussing Information-Driven Business.
Future Tense with Antony Funnell discussing our surveillance society.
Future Tense with Antony Funnell discussing Big Data.



Robert Hillard

Featured from the Information-Driven Business blog:

Trading your way to IT simplicity
Stop reading now if your organisation is easier to navigate today than it was 3, 5 or 10 years ago.  The reality that most of us face is that the general ledger that might have cost $100,000 to implement twenty … Continue reading

Your personal cloud meets the enterprise
In organisations around the world employees are accidently merging their personal and professional cloud applications with dire results.  Some of the issues include the routing of sensitive text messages to family members and the replication of confidential documents onto the … Continue reading

For social networks, volume is the enemy of value
In this blog I often talk of the value of information. Information is a valuable asset and companies increasingly place great store in identifying new sources of data about their products and customers. Individually, we are also quickly assembling a … Continue reading

The future of social networks
When the telephone was invented the first networks were private, typically between rich individuals and their industrial interests.  Pretty quickly, though, people wanted to be able to talk to each other without the need to worry about multiple networks and, … Continue reading

Why aren’t I working a four hour day?
In the 1970s and 1980s, many writers mused that the increasing computing capability available to business and government was going to greatly reduce the work required to run our economy and society.  We were told that in the twenty first … Continue reading



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