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.


NewsEMC World 2015 will feature familiar industry buzzwords -- big data, cloud, the Internet of Things and plenty more. But for data scientists, the term to track is enterprise data lakes. Here's why. Photo: CEO Joe Tucci, courtesy of EMC
NewsFormer Goldman Sachs Group Inc. programmer Sergey Aleynikov was found guilty in the high-frequency trading code theft case that illustrated the difficulty of using existing law to protect Wall Street data and financial technology.
NewsPartners HealthCare system in Boston is not giving much information on a breach it discovered in November 2014 and made public on April 30.
NewsAdobe and Microsoft are making it easier for their customers to share data, as they and other software makers expand their product offerings to include marketing tools and technologies.
BlogCan your organization control, access and retain your business data in cloud-based systems?
AnalysisBy stitching together disparate cloud applications across different platforms, businesses created a new version of the same old software monster. Here's the fix.
NewsServiceNow, one of the world's fastest-growing SaaS companies, has launched an app store and developer program that promote an ecosystem of service management applications for IT, HR, field management, facilities and more.
Corporate ComplianceAlas, government data retention policies raise more questions than they answer.
Data PrivacyWikiLeaks published more than 200,000 internal Sony Pictures Entertainment documents and e-mails, opening a new chapter in the hacking saga that enveloped Sony Corp.’s Hollywood studio late last year.
NewsStructured data and relational databases remain tops, and 60 percent of organizations have no plans to leverage Hadoop in the next three years, new research finds.
NewsAmazon.com Inc. is said to have acquired NoSQL data-migration startup Amiato last year, giving the online retailer the brains behind a technology that makes it easier to pour data into Amazon’s cloud services.
AnalysisIt's time to update Ted Codd's "12 Commandments" for relational database systems to reflect the age of data virtualization.
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