Ata life cycles -Compare and contrast IT lifecycle approaches
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PaperData life cycles
Compare and Contrast Data Life Cycles:
The chief knowledge officer (CKO) concerns himself/herself with knowledge integration, organizational memory, and content and document management. Write a paper that compares and contrasts IT lifecycle approaches: data lifecycle management (DLM), information lifecycle management (ILM), and total lifecycle management (TLN). Be sure to synthesize the findings into a comparative analysis.
Include references from at least 6 peer-reviewed journal articles
Compare and contrast IT lifecycle approaches.