Data architecture is a formal description and mapping of the plan and structure of data assets used to support organizational goals. Components of data architecture include the databases, stores, and the integration by which data is defined, flows, is accessed and understood in current and future states for organizational purposes.


Information Management NewsFrost & Sullivan says the global application performance monitoring and application-aware network performance monitoring market earned revenue of $2.55 billion in 2013 and estimates this will reach $7.19 billion in 2020.
Information Management's DM RadioThe online revolution that began in the 1990s for consumers, has now virtually overtaken the world of business-to-business service providers. Practically every kind of business service imaginable can now be outsourced quickly and fairly easily to an Web-based provider. Of course, there are best practices for porting your data and processes to the Cloud, and failure to abide by them can incur serious long-term ramifications.
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Information Management NewsUsing cross-functional teams to break down silos improves the chances of success when building highly complicated systems.
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Information Management NewsSpending was subdued, as clients took advantage of intense service provider competition and cheaper cloud computing and as-a-Service offerings to reduce their service delivery costs.
CommentaryThere is a role for both types of CIO, each organization has different priorities whether they’re an insurer, intermediary, vendor, start-up, etc.
Information Management NewsSecurity and risk leaders need to engage with the latest technology trends to manage risks, says Gartner
Information Management NewsIDC worldwide tracker finds 39 percent increase in infrastructure and platforms market revenue
TrendsGartner encourages IT leaders to assess infrastructure to handle volume and analysis of data
BlogAs intelligence becomes a cognitive engagement, AI is elevated from strictly an analytic capability
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BlogThe Modulus acquisition reaffirms the Progress commitment to cloud development tools and embraces a very different developer community
Information Management's DM RadioThe most pervasive tool for business intelligence remains Microsoft Excel, despite a world of innovation in BI tools of all shapes and sizes. Appreciating this reality will pay significant dividends, but only if you have a strategy for dealing with it. Register for this episode of DM Radio to hear several experts discuss ways to manage a disparate data environment. Host Eric Kavanagh will interview Wayne Eckerson of the BI Leadership Forum, plus Rick Sherman of Athena IT Solutions, Lee Feigenbaum of Cambridge Semantics and Pat Roche of Noetix.
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