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Tim Batchelder is a leader on information strategies in regulated industries including life sciences, biotechnology and healthcare. He has successfully proposed and launched a number of information, content and knowledge management teams and capabilities at both large global companies and smaller startups.  Tim combines the liberal arts and technology to enable organizations to uncover, integrate and apply their untapped knowledge assets, customer insights, data and intelligence.

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New Threats to Genetic Information Privacy and GINA

A bill that passed its first hurdle yesterday in Congress threatens to take away genetic privacy protections put in place with the Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA) of 2008. H.R.1313, the “Preserving Employee Wellness Programs Act,” might instead be called the “telling on relatives” ruling. It would also allow companies to compel employees to take genetic tests … Continue reading New Threats to Genetic Information Privacy and GINA

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How Digital Nomads Are Leading the Seismic Shift in Where We Work

Have laptop, will travel. That’s become the slogan of an increasing number of the global white-collar workforce. People are unleashing themselves from corporations and companies to plug wirelessly into the wider world. The tribe of this digital diaspora is described and named in various ways—among them, location independent—but I prefer digital nomad. Full disclosure: I… … Continue reading How Digital Nomads Are Leading the Seismic Shift in Where We Work

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Set up a VPN in 10 minutes for free—and yes, Americans urgently need one, thanks to Congress

Thanks to the GOP, ISPs can now sell your entire web browsing history to anyone without your permission. Who does this benefit? No one. There’s a way to protect yourself. Source: Set up a VPN in 10 minutes for free—and yes, Americans urgently need one, thanks to Congress

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Successful Data Governance Requires Curation, Behavior Change

Data governance is all about the policies you develop to take care of your data – how you store, make it available, validate, protect & how you use it. Source: Steps To Make Successful Data Governance

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