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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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Information Management's DM RadioData is on the move these days, and cutting edge companies are analyzing it before a data warehouse ever comes into play. Whether it's via complex event processing or another kind of data stream, the immediate processing and analysis of data in motion can create a tremendous competitive advantage. Register for this episode of DM Radio to hear hosts Eric Kavanagh and Dr. Robin Bloor will interview Dominic Delmolino of Agilex, Axel Troike of Grandite, Geoffrey Malafsky of Phasic Systems and Mike Hoskins of Actian. This episode of DM Radio is sponsored by TDWI
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FeatureIn the big data arena, we have a collection of tools that are not really integrated and are very technical in nature. These largely alienate the business user, and IT is again relied upon to provide a solution, resulting in increased complexity, cost and reduction in speed-to-market -- the exact opposite of the very benefits big data is purporting to provide
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