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There are many so-called "introverts" working within the information world and their specific skill set is valuable but, being a people profession, skills in extroversion are just as important. This article looks at some practical strategies you can adopt to help you become more extrovert and step outside of your comfort zone.
TRG Screen's ResearchMonitor, an electronic resource management tool, has thousands of sites and resources already built-in and in the second part of our product review, we take a detailed look at the range of sources it manages and how you can find, add, configure and monitor them.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3289
If your organisation subscribes to multiple resources, the need to manage access to them and monitor their usage is essential. One such tool that can do this is ResearchMonitor, an electronic resource management tool. In the first part of our product review, we take a look at the product and its new owner, TRG Screen, as well as some of its key advantages, who its competitors are and what development plans are in the pipeline.
In the final part of Jinfo's research on purchasing patterns and preferences amongst the top 200 law firms in the UK, we look at the user experience. We focused on how user-friendly a product was, how easy it was to find information, its personalisation options, and whether collaboration was supported.
In the third part of Jinfo's research on purchasing patterns and preferences amongst the top 200 law firms in the UK, we look at what participants value in relation to the technological features of key products in the legal landscape.
In the second part of Jinfo's research on purchasing patterns and preferences amongst the top 200 law firms in the UK, we look at what participants value in the content of key products in the legal landscape.
The enterprise subscription model will be familiar to anyone responsible for negotiating subscription agreements with vendors of digital content. Whilst it may be convenient, it can also become very costly. This article looks at why vendors are so keen on the enterprise model and how you can make it work for you, particularly if you work in a mid-sized organisation.
Read this year's research on purchasing patterns and preferences amongst the top 200 law firms in the UK. Find out how core legal products fit into the strategy, spending, and evolution of information services in UK law firms.
It can be difficult to determine the monetary value of content as many factors come into play, including the objectives of the user, and the wider organisation and usage statistics only tell part of the story. This article looks at how to create a balanced and value-focused content portfolio with a particular focus on organisational objectives and provides practical next steps to help you focus your thinking on portfolio management.
In the final part of our report on managing the content portfolio as part of your strategy, we look at the importance of communication with stakeholders, including the different types of stakeholders and how to develop good relationships with them so you can help them understand the importance of a strategically managed content portfolio.
In part one of our report on managing your portfolio as part of your strategy, we looked at the importance of aligning your content portfolio to the goals of your organisation. In part two we look more closely at the challenges involved, including how to segment the portfolio and highlight key performance indicators, document resources to support value, demonstrate the impact of the content portfolio and create an innovative environment, as well as practical next steps.
Managing the content portfolio is an important part of the overall information management strategy. How best to do this is the subject of the first part of our report where we look at how to align your content portfolio with the business goals of the organisation. Whilst these goals will differ for every organisation, in part one we focus on efficiency, innovation and revenue growth and highlight some practical next steps you can take to move forward.
There are many divergent views on how information and data can be used, including the level of ownership, and if users exceed the terms and conditions set by the data supplier it can have serious implications for an organisation. This article looks at common misconceptions in relation to the use of data, the different rules that apply when sourcing it, as well the restricted usage rights that may exist in relation to content. It also offers some practical next steps to ensure compliance with the supplier's guidelines.
Information professionals are in a unique position within their organisation because they connect with so many different people and teams and this article looks at how to engage and manage others when developing a stakeholder strategy.
Super users can be found in every organisation but what are they and how can they help bridge the gap between the information centre and the rest of the organisation? In this article, we take a look at some of their key characteristics and how the information centre can use them for awareness, training and feedback.
The final part of our product review of LexisNexis Company Dossier offers an overview of the value of the product, highlighting its improved coverage for quoted companies, and looks at the help that is available to users from within the product. We also look at competitors, including Dow Jones' Factiva, D&B Hoovers, InsideView, and some locally focused solutions. We finish by focusing on future product plans and outlining pricing information.
Note: Full review (PDF) at https://web.jinfo.com/go/sub/report/3270
The third part of our product review of LexisNexis Company Dossier looks at how the product has been entirely renewed since we last reviewed it and explores some of its search functionality, with a particular focus on news searching. We also look at its output options, alerts and administrative features.
The second part of our newly updated product review of LexisNexis Company Dossier looks in closer detail at its content. Some of the well-known names it draws its data from include Dun & Bradstreet, Morningstar, and Refinitiv, along with content from a wide range of third-party publishers, including over 60 sources of company, industry and executive information. We also look at its news and analysis and company financials, as well as how often its content is updated.
Jinfo last looked at LexisNexis Company Dossier a few years ago and, in the first part of our newly updated product review of the research database, which provides information about companies, executives and industries, we look at the company and product, key users, and what's changed since we last reviewed it. We also look at future plans for the product, which will include better integration of company data and news.
Acquisdata is a business intelligence company that provides reports on key industries, companies and executives whilst its sister company, Reportal Snd Bhd, offers a company reports database which consists of full-text reports from global quoted companies. In this mini review we take a look at both offerings along with third-party information vendors who distribute the company's data, such as Dow Jones' Factiva, FactSet, IHS Markit, EBSCO, Thomson Reuters and ProQuest. We also find out who uses the product, the range of industries covered, as well as the different ways the data is packaged.
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