Interesting article written by Paul Maslowski from the Guardian who poses the question "What's the difference between information management and business intelligence management?":
Since early 2008 I have been the information manager for Leicestershire, Northamptonshire and Rutland Comprehensive Local Research Network, a part of the National Institute for Health Research. Having moved from data generation through data management in to information management, I have questioned what creates these areas of operation. Sitting here in 2014, the question for me now is what distinguishes information management from business intelligence management? This is because I want our team to provide an intelligence service that fully supports our business. However, it feels like a stepping-up in the way we operate is required in order to provide a consistently high-quality business intelligence service.
So, what differences are there, if any, between information management and business intelligence management? Or maybe, more simply, what is the difference between information and intelligence?
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