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Live broadcast On March 13th at 11:00GMT El Reg front-man Jon Collins is packing our studio with some information management experts that we hope will give you a leg-up on your BI initiatives.

Tony Lock from Freeform Dynamics is coming along with a stash-bag of findings from the latest research that many of you took part in. We’ve also got Chris Smyth from Parity Solutions who’s going to share his opinions on how business processes play a critical role in information management.

Finally, we have OFSTED’s head of architecture, Tom Zebedee, patching in live to share his experiences from the front line. Tom’s got a rack of experience in this field so you can expect some real hands-on insight.

Between the four of them, we reckon we’ve got our information management angles pretty well covered. But we’d like your input too. The gig is live and if you turn up, from the comfort of your desk, you can throw questions at this bunch and any other input you might have. Sound good? You can read more and join us right here.

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