A body of information is a collection of information that is managed together as a unit. This is a flexible concept that is used to identify information assets at different levels of granularity. The following are common examples.
An extensive set of best practices for a profession, industry or domain. Used to describe frameworks, standards and methodologies.
Knowledge Repository A collection of related documents and media. For example, the set of all documents related to a project or team.
DocumentKnowledge or data that is encapsulated in a file.
A broad term that applies to any means of communication such as video, audio and interactive environments.A collection of data designed to be efficiently used by machines. For example, a customer database can be considered a body of information.Next: Body of Knowledge
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