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Helping organizations manage, create, collect, secure, store, transmit, and share information and data

In today’s digital environment, it is becoming increasingly complex for organizations to manage their information and data. Organizational information and data is likely stored in a mix of on-premises systems and cloud-based platforms, many of which likely have different levels of security. Staff expect to be able to access their files remotely, whether at home or on the road. And for many organizations, staff are expected to collaborate and share with colleagues from other organizations.

what we do -- information management

All organizations are unique and are trying to accomplish different goals with the information and data they create, collect, analyze, and act upon. But a common theme among all knowledge-based organizations is that they want to be as effective as possible in managing and securing their information and data. 

At FireOak, we work with organizations from all over the world and all sectors to help enhance how they manage, secure, and share their information, data, and knowledge. We take organizational mission, values, regulatory requirements, ways of working, technology preferences, internal expertise and resources, budget constraints, and more into consideration when coming up with ways to help organizations be as effective as possible in all aspects of information and data management. 

Our solutions include: 

  • Current state discovery and assessments
  • Data and information governance
  • Enterprise architecture assessments
  • Taxonomy and metadata support
  • Strategic planning
  • Implementation and operations
  • Change management

Information & Data Management Case Study

ICT4D: Solving the Right Problems

For all organizations with staff in multiple locations — even if separated by just a few miles — adopting tools that allow staff to easily and securely store and share information, data, and knowledge is critically important yet can be a real pain point.

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