Data management is an overarching term that refers to all aspects of creating, housing, delivering, maintaining and retiring data with the goal of valuing data as a corporate asset.

BlogIs it possible some of the metrics your organization is relying on to support its data-driven business decisions could be the result of the focusing illusion oversimplifying a complex challenge?
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BlogThat SAS is so pervasive in commerce, government and health presents an analyics challenge for the data science world.
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Information Management NewsSoftware monetization/software license management tools shifting away from business models focused on traditional user- and site-based licensing policies, according to new research.
Information Management NewsVast major of digital information is unstructured; opportunities abound for organizations that can harness it.
Information Management NewsThe proliferation of analytics is enabling insurers such as Farm Bureau Financial Services and Bankers Insurance Group to write more business and be more selective while improving the customer experience and profitability.
Information Management NewsThe agreement, which will result in more than 100 industry-specific enterprise apps, will significantly change how banking, healthcare, insurance and other markets operate.
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BlogWhile becoming data-driven is a laudable goal, be wary of becoming too driven by data.
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Information Management NewsNew research shows acceleration in quality and delivery expectations of development and operations teams
Information Management NewsThird parties manage 70 percent of private systems, and that figure is on the rise, according to a report from Technology Business Research.
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Information Management's DM RadioBig data may have all the cachet these days, but the new solutions owe much to the decades of engineering that created enterprise data warehousing. In fact, even the most advanced NoSQL architectures have a long way to go before they can even match the overall performance of a traditional EDW.
CommentaryHealthcare leaders who have properly instituted an information security awareness and training program — and integrated it enterprise-wide — have positively influenced their organizational culture in the right direction, writes blogger Brian Evans.
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