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Future of Data Management


One of my favorite quotes about the future of business and thus the future of technology is: Data is the new oil.”

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Comments (6)
Information Management is pleased to welcome John Myers as our newest featured blogger. Thanks for sharing your insights, John!
Posted by Julie L | Tuesday, December 11 2012 at 4:53PM ET
This article should be entitled "the Future of Data Management TOOLS" - but then that is not nearly as interesting as the title purports to address. Without robust DM processes that precede and operate before, during, and after *tools*, there IS no "future".
Posted by Cynthia H | Wednesday, December 12 2012 at 11:25AM ET
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