Even before most of us were comfortable with the idea of information as an asset, we wanted to use it like one.

One common measure of success in I.T. has been based on dollars spent and time to return on investment. That approach can bring some level of visibility to our spending effectiveness, especially on the cost reduction side in headcount and overhead. But that kind of return isn’t really based on the value of information.

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