Blockchain

What does blockchain have to do with information governance?

It’s early days yet, but think about what happens with information.  It gets created, modified, transferred, stored, used, reused, exchanged, and, hopefully, deleted at the end of its life.  Would it be useful to be able to track who owns the information and where it is at each step of its life?  Is a piece of information that much different than a cargo container being tracked from origin to destination?

Just saying.

“Blockchain Has Power to Transform,” The Wall Street Journal, March 12, 2018 B4.

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