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Data integration refers to the organization’s inventory of data and information assets as well as the tools, strategies and philosophies by which fragmented data assets are aligned to support business goals.


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Nearly all provider CIO respondents in a recent survey believe data analytics will play a big role in succeeding with accountable care and other value-based healthcare initiatives. But while 42 percent say they have a flexible and scalable analytics plan, more than three-quarters report only moderate or minimal commitment to integrating analytics into practice.
CommentaryWhile there is no magic pill or silver bullet to make data migration efforts flawless every time, there are a couple of ways to soothe the pain.
CommentaryWill this deal change the BI and analytics landscape?
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BlogA discussion about Pentaho Data Integration for ETL and big data, Alteryx for data blending and advanced analytics, and Python-Pandas-Scikit for data science
BlogInformatica announced their spring 2014 release for their integration suite
SurveyWhile 86 percent of surveyed health care CEOs believe technological change will transform their businesses over the next five years, only 25 percent have started or completed changes to make their companies more innovative.
ColumnThe key to bringing together and integrating all diverse types of medical data is a very flexible, accommodating solution architecture
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Knowledge management is an increasingly important focus for companies to tap their collective knowledge for insight and efficiency. In a recent survey conducted by Coveo and the Technology Services Industry Association, 65 percent of those surveyed said they feel like they are always working on a knowledge management initiative. Here, we look at the reasons many companies fail at their knowledge management initiatives and common pitfalls to be aware of and avoid.
TrendsThe ETL platform, a trusted data integration workhorse, must evolve in order to serve in this challenging new world of big data
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CommentaryBefore the team can determine which applications to move to the cloud, it needs a complete understanding of its assets, as well as the ability to connect that knowledge to related information about contract terms, licensing and usage patterns
BlogInformatica's recent announcements address some of the concerns of large enterprise users
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