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Cheryl McKinnon

Principal Analyst, Forrester Research

Cheryl McKinnon is a principal analyst at Forrester Research, serving enterprise architecture professionals, e-mail cmckinnon@forrester.com.

Articles by Cheryl McKinnon

Posted April 25, 2014

The public sector, in particular, has begun to drive significant change in the software acquisition landscape by calling for deliberate adoption of open standards and open source... Posted October 29, 2013

The world of work is changing. Disruptive forces are at play in business and are compelling organizations to rethink traditional content communication and the way we define an information worker. We must address these disruptive forces to stay competitive, deliver services, manage risk and costs and protect the corporate memory resident in employees and applications. A more social workplace and marketplace raises productivity even as resources become scarce... Posted July 07, 2009

On July 30, 2008, the US Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) unanimously voted to look at websites—specifically interactive technology—as new ways to channel communication between corporations and the investor community. According to a statement made by SEC chairman Christopher Cox... Posted November 01, 2008

The year 2001 was a watershed in the evolution of records management as a profession. The compliance pressures that ensued have dominated how many organizations think about business content—how they capture, retain and ultimately dispose of that content. More recently, the goal is to become more prepared as a business that can thrive in an era of litigation and new electronic evidentiary rules. Posted September 27, 2007

In the five years since 2001, the electronic records management landscape has become dominated by pressures and compliance requirements that reflect a shift... Posted October 01, 2006

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