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.


NewsSome banks have begun to make changes in how they activate customers’ credit-card accounts to use Apple Inc.’s new mobile-payment system after reports of fraudulent transactions, according to industry consultants.
NewsAs a big data expert, I've discovered that obese databases are an early obstacle to overcome. While tackling that common challenge, I started to think in terms of data health and I realized that something else was obese: me.
AnalysisComplex investigations that gather data from personal devices and social media accounts can be “hit or miss.” Here are the ins and outs of real BYOD and social media investigations.
NewsA week before becoming Secretary of State, Hillary Clinton set up a private e-mail system that gave her a high level of control over communications, including the ability to erase messages completely, according to security experts who have examined Internet records.
NewsMedical identity theft jumped 22 percent last year as more U.S. health data becomes electronic and easier for cyber criminals to steal from doctors’ offices, hospitals and insurers.
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NewsCompuware CEO Chris O'Malley is striving to optimize big data, mobile and social workloads on IBM mainframes. Here's a look at O'Malley's journey so far.
Information Management NewsPresident appealing to technology companies for cooperation to fend off criminal and state-sponsored attacks on the nation’s computer networks.
NewsFinancial pressures and technology trends are accelerating the pace of change in the healthcare industry, and are increasing the need for the healthcare providers worldwide to adapt, according to a new study by Frost & Sullivan.
Market InsightWhy hybrid arrays rule the flash domain for mission-critical databases and more.
NewsTwitter Inc. said government requests for user data and content removal jumped in the second half of 2014, especially in Russia, Turkey and the U.S.
NewsIf you're an Anthem customer, be extra wary of phone calls and emails you receive following the health insurer suffering a massive hack.
NewsAnthem Inc., the second biggest U.S. health insurer by market value, said hackers obtained data on tens of millions of current and former customers and employees in a sophisticated attack that has led to a Federal Bureau of Investigation probe.
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