Information silos are the result of defining and structuring information as a necessity for the process, not as a means to create value for the company.
There are thousands of information/process silos in every business. The bigger the business, the more information silos. You can also check for the best silo construction via the web.
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Finding connections, contexts, and consequences within and between information silos and thereby enabling reasoned decisions is time-consuming, error-prone, and fraught with real and tangible risks.
Each silo is a barrier that prevents smooth, coherent use of information in the company. As the number of silos increases, so do problems with the ability to gather information from many different silos.
Silos can contain highly structured data that can only be accessed via predefined screens and reports for certain processes; hence the context and value of the company are lost.
Silos can be managed from template files and folders spread across the company – mobile sales offices, branch offices, and similar distributed business functions rely heavily on non-enterprise information to manage their responsibilities.
Silos can be completely unstructured. This means that there are no standards by which to collect and store information. The only standard may be software that makes it easier to gather information.
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