Askari is your information asset company

Need improved IM? Looking for an integrated enterprise way to handle your organization’s information assets? Are you part of a regulated industry, a government department, or an NGO? With Askari, your information assets receive our full attention. We design and focus solutions that complement your unique business needs. Ultimately, your business will operate more efficiently, effectively, and sustainably from a more strategic use of your information.

Interoperable Design and Travel [Free Resource]

Alicia Puritt Tuesday, January 27, 2015

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” – St. Augustine

One of my personal goals is to make sure I have travelled to more places than my age. It’s one of the ways I try to keep expanding my comfort zone. The strategy has served me well so far, and in a couple months I am going to have the opportunity to travel to El Salvador and Guatemala for the first time.

Information Asset Management and Renovating Your Home [Free Resource]

Judy Puritt Tuesday, January 20, 2015

Recently, my son noted that our family doesn’t really relax. I started to disagree with him, but on reflection, I realized he is right. Oh, we read, watch movies, play games, travel, and spend great quality time together… But we rarely have unaccounted, totally unplanned, and open time.

Information Management and New Recruits [Free Resource]

Edan Puritt Tuesday, January 13, 2015

There is a moment, truly, not much more than an instant, when you realize that a long held belief just isn’t so. And then CRASH. The crash is to be expected, the surprise just before the crash, not so much.

Tech Voodoo: The User Interface [Free Resource]

Hubert Chan Tuesday, January 6, 2015

The saying goes, “You can lead a horse to water, but you can’t make it drink.” Or in a more contemporary analogy, you can drop useful technology in front of users, but you can’t make them use it.

Move past KISS to APE

Monday, January 5, 2015


In this short video, Judy Puritt, Communications Lead at Askari Solutions, outlines the useful APE writing acronym the Askari team follows. APE reminds people to write in an Audience-oriented, Purposeful, and Economical manner. Better than the KISS approach (Keep It Simple, Stupid), APE emphasizes the need to be aware of your audience and craft your message clearly and concisely to ensure it is heard or received as intended.