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FreePint 29th July 2010
No.306
 Contents

Editorial

My Favourite Tipples

FreePint Bar


FUMSI Features

  • SharePoint 2010: Changing the Paradigm with a Business-Oriented Approach to Records Management
  • Putting the office into our pockets

VIP Features

  • Keeping Legal: Legal Resources in VIP
  • Recent postings to the LiveWire
  • Recent postings to the Wire

Jinfo - Jobs and Events

Jobs in Information:

  • Copyright Officer
  • Research Analyst
  • Lead Analyst - Banking & Capital Markets
  • Business Research Assistant

Events in Information:

  • Online Mobile Cloud Computing Forum
  • Writing for the web
  • Mobile Cloud Computing Forum

Highlights from DocuTicker

  • Treasury Releases Semi-Annual Report to Congress on International Economic...
  • UK: Leading Questions: Learning from the Reading and Libraries Challenge Fund...

Highlights from ResourceShelf

  • Butterscotch.com

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 Editorial

By Robin Neidorf

Robin Neidorf

It's hard to believe that only 12 months ago, we started collecting data for the first Economic Impact report. We're now recruiting participation in FreePint Research: Economic Impact 2010. Take a few minutes to complete this anonymous survey now »

When we launched the 2009 version of the survey, the economy was still shaky, at best. 448 respondents used that survey to tell us about changes in their staffing and budgets, and what tactics they were using to address shortfalls. Although responses reported the expected painful cuts, we also identified a number of opportunities: new ways of working, refocused efforts on higher-level information work, and canny information workers using current conditions to make convincing arguments for increased investment in the right information.

Add your opinions and perspectiveWhat will we find this year? I expect to see more stability in budgets and staff than last year, but no reduction in creative responses to challenging times. Add your opinions and perspective now -- all respondents receive a free copy of the full report upon publication.

Other research efforts have us now examining the role of mobile content in the enterprise. Initial interviews with FreePint customers in the consulting and financial fields have not yet yielded many cases of mobile-savvy enterprise, however. If you're organisation is delivering content to your staff's mobile devices, please contact me at robin.neidorf@freepint.com as I'd love to include you in our research!

If you just want to get a handle on the possibilities of mobile content, check out the new FUMSI article, in which contributor Marcus Austin looks at opportunities to put the corporate intranet into ones pocket with a smart phone.

As often as we try to press forward into new areas of information work, it's equally important to hone skills in the basics, That's one reason I'm so delighted with our current special offer: 50% off the FUMSI Volume: Essential Collection of Finding Information -- four reports with a total of 22 in-depth, expert-written articles on the art and science of finding information. Each report stands on its own as a training and professional development resource. Together, they comprise a mini-course on research skills. And with the current discount, the Essential Collection on Finding Information starts at only £78 for single-site use. More detail in the FreePint Shop »

Every month, new FUMSI articles add to the wealth of knowledge FreePint is proud to be able to share with the global information community. But we surely have missed a topic or two that YOU are the expert on. If you have a bit of quiet time in the summer, why not use some of it to write for FUMSI? Our editors make it easy and fun to reflect on and share your expertise. Send your ideas for topics to support@fumsi.com, or contact any contributing editor.

Here's hoping that you're enjoying a pleasant summer.

Robin Neidorf
General Manager
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 My Favourite Tipples

Scott Brown

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By Scott Brown

  • MeetWays
    I feel like I had been looking for an application like MeetWays for years, and I almost cried with joy when I finally found it. Enter two geographic locations - cities, addresses, etc. - and enter a point of interest - coffee, restaurant, hotel, bar - and MeetWays finds the perfect middle point to meet. Extra cool because it provides global coverage.

  • Yauba
    Yauba is one of many social network searches, but try a search on a company like Oracle. It will tell you "what Yauba knows" about Oracle, and suggest a more targeted search for Oracle Corporation (which is what I was looking for). Yauba breaks the results into categories, and pulls an amazing array of information, including documents, social information, and people.

  • Information is Beautiful
    This blog provides - truly - beautiful and striking data visualizations, thanks to David McCandless, a London-based author, writer and designer.

  • Almost.at
    Almost.at allows you to follow real-time events via Twitter, photos, videos and links. For example, I'm looking at the streams from Comic-Con - and I didn't need to track down any hashtags, tags or sites. Almost.at provides international coverage as well - currently, besides Comic-Con, I can check out the Forum Internacional do Software and the Melbourne International Film Festival. I can also find streams from recent events, such as the iPhone 4 Press Conference, Tri Nations Rugby, and the World Cup Finals.

  • PostSecret
    PostSecret feels like my secret Sunday indulgence, though, in writing this, I guess that secret is out of the bag. PostSecret describes itself as "an ongoing community art project where people mail in their secrets anonymously on one side of a postcard". Not a Sunday goes by without reading something that really touches me. PostSecret also raises a lot of money for suicide prevention.

Scott Brown is owner of Social Information Group, an independent information practice that focuses on the effective use of social networking tools for sharing and finding information. He has spoken and written on a variety of topics, most recently on eBook adoption, personal branding, and using social tools for competitive intelligence. He holds a Masters of Counseling from Regis University, and provides coaching, counseling and psychotherapy services. He has 20 years of experience in public, academic and corporate library and information organizations.

You can follow Social Information Group on Twitter @socialinfo (for social networking news), and follow Scott @scbrown5 (for information, coaching and other thoughts).


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Company Watch

H-Score: Hindsight in Advance

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 FreePint Bar

The FreePint Bar is where we publish information about the latest content from across the FreePint Family of resources.

The FreePint Bar is sponsored by:

Financial Times      Moreover Technologies

Latest posts at the FreePint Bar:

  • [FreePint] PIC 2010 Special Report Published
    As a proud media partner with Perfect Information, FreePint has just published the FreePint PIC 2010 Special Report. This report includes commentary and discussion from the recent Perfect Information Conference and provides valuable insight from content buyers and information managers on the trends and issues facing all of us today.

    Request your free copy of this report: http://www.freepint.com/events/pic-2010/
    Read posting online »

  • [FUMSI] Latest popular articles
    The following are the most popular FUMSI articles over the last 30 days: * From Sumo to Samurai: getting your taxonomies fighting fit: Part 1 * Part 2: How Do THEY Use Information? Investigating the user information process * Wolfram|Alpha: Simple and Not So Simple Computations in One Click * The social intranet fires-up knowledge sharing * Social Networking: A Research Tool Free uses of FUMSI articles are supported by our sponsors.
    Read posting online »

  • [RS] Resource of the Week - Library of Congress Science Tracer Bullets
    The Library of Congress SCIENCE TRACER BULLET SERIES contains research guides that help you locate information on science and technology subjects. With brief introductions to the topics, lists of resources and strategies for finding more, they help you to stay "on target." These pathfinders from the Library of Congress Science Reference Services have been for quite awhile - as far back as 1972, according to Reference Services Review - but in our humble opinion, they don't get enough love. Covering a wide range of subjects in the natural and physical sciences as well as technology, they are updated from time to time, and the collection keeps getting larger and larger. Those available online date back to about 1990.
    Read posting online »

  • [VIP] Latest popular LiveWire posts
    There's a lot of valuable comment at the VIP LiveWire. The following are the most popular posts from our contributing editors over the last 30 days: * EIU Global Forecasting Service Mini Review: Part 1 * Web 2.0: just hype say researchers? * Time to rethink legal information training? * Pile it high and sell it cheap * EIU Global Forecasting Service Mini Review: Part 2 Subscribe to the free VIP Wires Weekly to stay informed. Your comments on any posting are always welcome.
    Read posting online »

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 FUMSI Features

FUMSIFUMSI publishes articles, tools, and a monthly magazine, to give you practical help with information skills. Visit http://www.fumsi.com/

However you Find, Use, Manage or Share Information, you'll find something in FUMSI to help.

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We add new articles to the FUMSI database in each practice area every month, which are free to read, browse, email, print or save. Here are the most recent additions:

SharePoint 2010: Changing the Paradigm with a Business-Oriented Approach to Records Management

John WiseBy John Wise
FUMSI: Manage

For records management, SharePoint 2010 has brought to fruition all that was hoped for when MOSS 2007 was launched. In this detailed comparison of the two versions, John Wise shows that, subject to suitable configuration and support, SharePoint 2010 is a serious option for a compliant ERMS solution.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'Properly configured, it appears SharePoint 2010, integrated with Office 2010, will be able to deliver on the promise of providing business focused information and processes, while at the same time supporting transparent compliance and records management.'

Read, print, save or forward this article now »

Putting the office into our pockets

By Marcus Austin
FUMSI: Share

With the increasing ease with which users can access consumer data via their mobile devices, the pressure is now on companies to provide business data and applications to staff this way. Marcus Austin looks at the double whammy this presents to companies in that not only do they have to open up their networks to the outside world, they also have to deal with the challenges presented by the range of mobile devices being used.

WHAT'S INSIDE: 'Consumers are used to downloading data on their mobiles and now want to do the same with their business data and applications. This means that businesses not only need to open up their networks to mobile users, they also have to deal with all the problems that accessing mobile devices entails such as detecting the type of device that's accessing their site, the variety of screen sizes and the variation in connection speeds.'

Read, print, save or forward this article now »

FUMSI Forum

The latest recommendations and tips from our editors, contributors and community:

Visit the FUMSI Forum »

FUMSI - Forthcoming Topics

  • Shorter URLs and how to use them
  • Finding internal expertise
  • Tweet Preservation

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Moreover Technologies

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 VIP Features

VIP VIP publishes in-depth, unbiased reviews of business information products. If you purchase or use premium information resources, make VIP part of your professional reading every month »

Keeping Legal: Legal Resources in VIP

The law touches many aspects of information work, and legal work is about as information-intensive as business gets. For both of these reasons, information-related law and resources to serve legal information professionals come up regularly in VIP. Two recent features examine UK-based resources in particular, and upcoming features explore even further afield to international legal resources.

In June, VIP returned to an in-depth comparative review of Westlaw UK and LexisLibrary. Reviewer Diane Raper noted that both of 'The Big Two' cannot afford complacency with regard to their customers or market-share. 'We all have to look very carefully at what we spend our budgets on. Is it really necessary to have both of the major legal online services?' she comments in her LiveWire posting.

In Raper's opinion, both vendors are pushing forward with next-generation features, but '...Westlaw UK currently seems to be further down this path and have dropped the print legacy and are developing a very clear interface that links different parts of their data offering well.'

If you work in a law library, this is one report you can't afford to overlook. Purchase the VIP Report: Comparative Review of LexisLibrary and Westlaw UK from the FreePint Shop (£39 for single-site use, plus VAT where applicable).

July's VIP takes on the UK market for legal products with a more intimate look at users' perspective. An executive summary of the FreePint Report: UK Law Library Preferences highlights the findings of research on the top 200 firms in the UK (by revenue) in terms of what their libraries want and need in products. In addition to satisfaction ratings on The Big Two and Practical Law Company, we asked respondents for information on their budgets, internal challenges for making purchase decisions, and ratios for fee earners compared with information professionals.

VIP subscribers receive a copy of the full research report with their subscription, or purchase it on its own in the FreePint Shop.

Although both of these research projects home in on the UK market, they are more broadly relevant. Any international firm with a UK presence will find them useful, and further, they provide a focused view of a single market that can serve as a basis for comparison in other markets.

Looking beyond the United Kingdom, though, is essential for VIP: Future editorial plans call for an in-depth review of Bloomberg Law, the latest entrant into the marketplace for comprehensive legal information. Initial comment from VIP subscribers has been very positive, and we're anxious to get a researcher digging into the product.

In a field where time is literally money, greater efficiency leads to greater revenue. Workflow-embedded products like Practical Law Company's offerings and Lexis PSL address the need to provide legal professionals with resources that do more than deliver information. A comparative review of the two is in the works for later this year as well.

Not yet a VIP subscriber? Start a trial today.

Purchase VIP Magazine No. 80 from the FreePint Shop, or start your subscription now »

VIP LiveWire

VIP contributing editors comment daily on what's happening in the industry.
Visit the LiveWire for their insights, and subscribe to the free VIP Wires Weekly for regular alerts.

VIP Wires Weekly is generously sponsored by Company Watch.

Company Watch

Most Read Postings on the LiveWire Recently...

  • Copyright - where should the buck stop?
    As if Goldman Sachs weren't in enough trouble already, they're now being sued in the United States by investment data provider Ipreo for alleged copyright infringement. But, as new United Kingdom rules for dealing with comparable offences go out for consultation, the evidence continues to build up that policing copyright raises more problems than it solves...
    Read posting online »

  • Thomson Reuters strengthens compliance offering
    Thomson Reuters yesterday announced its eighth acquisition of the year. The company is acquiring London-based Complinet Ltd, a provider of risk and compliance information and technology solutions. As we all know, regulatory compliance is a hot topic at the moment, and so this acquisition makes sound sense for Thomson Reuters. (see http://www.freepint.com/go/b530870 for Freepint's initial results of its Compliance Research Project )...
    Read posting online »

  • Bad info wastes time - official
    It's pretty obvious that bad information can lead to bad decisions - but a survey by Dow Jones and the Special Libraries Association spells out just how serious that risk can be. Around 40% of the respondents cited its impact on decision making, and 17% the risk of missed business opportunities - but by far the biggest impact of bad information seems to be the sheer amount of time it uses up...
    Read posting online »

  • B2B Social Media Participation Grows
    According to a report released this week from eMarketer, B2B marketers may have been late in jumping on the social media bandwagon but are now making up for lost time. The report, which aggregates research from Forrester and Business.com among other providers, points out that 73% of B2B respondents who were using social media as of November 2009 had less than two years of social media marketing experience...
    Read posting online »

  • High time to change copyright laws
    The British Library's announcement of its ambitious programme to digitize the UK's newspaper collection was swiftly followed by an attack from James Murdoch, accusing the organization of exploiting news which publishers were obliged to hand over in the first place, for commercial gain...
    Read posting online »

Always feel free to comment on any item on the LiveWire, and if you do not yet have a free subscription to the VIP Wires Weekly, you can sign up now »

Purchase VIP Magazine No. 80 from the FreePint Shop, or start your subscription now »

VIP LiveWire »

VIP Wire

Information-related product and news announcements. Post your releases and subscribe to the free VIP Wires Weekly for regular alerts.

Recent VIP Wire announcements...

  • Outstand Service Award
    Dr Sandra Fielden receives Emerald Outstanding Service Award for Gender in Management: An International Journal. United Kingdom, July 2010 - Emerald Group Publishing Limited has presented Dr Sandra Fielden of the Manchester Business School with an Outstanding Service Award in recognition of her contribution to the success of Gender in Management: An International Journal. During her ten-year tenure as editor, Dr Fielden has guided the journal through several major phases of development.
    Read Press Release online »

  • London Libraries Consortium uses RFID for self-service, stock management and extended opening
    Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) is being extensively used by members of the London Libraries Consortium for self-service, improved stock management and to facilitate longer opening hours. Around a third of London is served by the consortium's library services. The most recent RFID installations are at Tooting (Wandsworth), Wandsworth Town, Clapton (Hackney), John Jackson (Enfield), Enfield Town and Gants Hill (Redbridge) where public library technology specialist Axiell has provided Bibliotheca Venus machines which offer easy-to-use self issue and return facilities in over 1,000 libraries worldwide.
    Read Press Release online »

  • New CILIP Chief Executive Appointed
    CILIP is pleased to announce that Annie Mauger will be the new Chief Executive. Annie has worked in a variety of management roles in England and Scotland, most recently as Acting Chief Executive for Bradford Action for Refugees. Previously she has worked as a consultant to charities and public sector bodies on governance, change management, organisational development and libraries. She held the post of Chief Executive of the Museums, Libraries and Archives (MLA) Yorkshire until its closure and was Head of Libraries and Heritage for the City of York Council.
    Read Press Release online »

VIP Wire »

VIP - Subscribe and Back Issues

Start a trial subscription today for only £84 for three months. Visit http://web.freepint.com/go/shop/vip/volume/trial/ to start your trial. You can also purchase back-issues of VIP from the FreePint Shop.

VIP Archive »

VIP publishes in-depth, unbiased reviews of business information products. If you purchase or use premium information resources, make VIP part of your professional reading every month »

VIP - Forthcoming Topics

  • Alacra Compliance
  • EIU Country Risk
  • TheMarkets.com
  • Eureka

If you have a suggestion for an article topic, or would like to write, then please contact <support@freepint.com> or read the notes for authors at
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Economic Impact Research, Year 2
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 Jinfo - Jobs and Events in Information

JinfoJinfo is the central location for supporting your information career. The Jinfo Jobs database lists vacancies, and the Jinfo Events database lists workshops, conferences, training, webinars and other professional development opportunities.

Start a free subscription to receive the weekly Jinfo Update, with a complete list of the latest vacancies and events, or search the databases at any time (free).

Jinfo Jobs in the FreePint Newsletter are supported through our partnership with Quantum2, an innovative skills development programme offered by Dialog. Learn more at <http://quantum.dialog.com/>.

Jinfo Jobs:

Here is a selection of the latest featured vacancies in the Jinfo database:

  • Copyright Officer
    Copyright management experience? Licensing and rights management skills?
    Recruiter: Sue Hill Recruitment and Services Limited
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Research Analyst
    Experienced Research Analyst - Financial Services, London, £Neg - Depending on experience
    Recruiter: TFPL Intelligent Resources
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Lead Analyst - Banking & Capital Markets
    Banking & Capital markets Senior Analyst for newly created vacancy to undertake Market Intelligence and Analysis on global trends.
    Recruiter: Glen Recruitment
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Business Research Assistant
    Business Research Assistant to work with Business Development team.
    Recruiter: Blake Lapthorn
    Country: United Kingdom

Browse all Jinfo Jobs »

Jinfo Events:

Here is a selection of the latest featured events in the Jinfo database:

  • Online Mobile Cloud Computing Forum
    Free to View event streaming
    Organiser: Keynote
    Date: 2nd Nov 2010
    Country: Online/webinar

  • Writing for the web
    This course shows how to write original content for the web, and to adapt text to work as effectively online.
    Organiser: CILIP
    Date: 15th Sep 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

  • Mobile Cloud Computing Forum
    1 day conference and exhibition on Enterprise Mobile Cloud Computing and Enterprise Apps
    Organiser: Keynote
    Date: 2nd Nov 2010
    Country: United Kingdom

Browse all Jinfo Events »


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 Highlights from DocuTicker

DocuTicker
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 Highlights from ResourceShelf

ResourceShelfEvery week, the editors of ResourceShelf explore a Resource of the Week. Get them for free every week via email by subscribing to the ResourceShelf Newsletter.

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Recently published:

Resource of the Week - Butterscotch.com

It has become increasingly acknowledged that not everyone has the same learning style. Butterscotch is a website which, through many free video tutorials, instructs in the use of all kinds of hardware and software. Its visual emphasis also allows for a quick comparison between your computer or device and the tutorial. And of course the video can be replayed as many times as necessary.

The Tutorials section is tailored to accomplishing specific tasks or examining the possibilities of certain software. The presenters/narrators have a common style, concise and using everyday language. Topics that need to be covered in more depth are usually broken down into a series of short videos rather than one long one. The Tutorials section also shares with the Shows section the quality of there being something for everyone, no matter their level of technical knowledge.

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