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.


NewsGoogle Inc. expanded the information it discloses in its report on government requests for data, as the Internet-search company seeks to balance the demands of law-enforcement agencies with its need to protect user privacy.
NewsDemand for Hadoop -- the big data software platform -- continues to accelerate more rapidly than some pundits expected, according to a range of anecdotal evidence. But where are the profits?
NewsAmazon.com Inc. unveiled a new advertising platform for mobile-applications developers, a push by the largest Web retailer to grab a bigger piece of the smartphone advertising market dominated by Google Inc. and Facebook Inc.
BlogFinance and accounting organizations may need to double-check their software and processes amid shifting regulations.
NewsThe Department of Defense electronic health records procurement strategy faces major interoperability questions.
NewsThe chief data officer (CDO) title and role continues to expand globally -- as data-driven companies seek insights across the U.S., Europe, Asia and more. The latest examples include OgilvyOne China and Time Inc.
NewsFor the first time, criminal attacks are the leading cause of data breaches in healthcare, with such attacks up 125 percent versus five years ago, according to new research.
BlogWhen planning takes place in a single software environment, it’s easy to roll up business unit plans to create a consolidated, forward-looking view of the company.
NewsIn a data-driven partnership, Facebook Inc. will offer marketing tools through IBM’s product suite to help advertisers reach specific groups of people on the social network with pitches.
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.
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