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.


Information Management's DM RadioThere are typically two kinds of standards: ones that are forced upon an industry, whether by the dominance of a vendor or governmental decree; and the ones that are agreed-upon by the best and brightest. One could argue that REST is in the latter category. Increasingly, instead of SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol), REST (Representational State Transfer) has become the de facto standard for accessing data. Tune in for this episode of DM Radio to hear Host Eric Kavanagh interview John O’Brien of Radiant Advisors, plus Thomas Steinborn of Talend, Anne Buff of SAS and Suresh Chandrasekaran of Denodo.
ColumnAfter working closely with service companies of varying sizes over the past few years, I’ve concluded that they are fully aware of their HIPAA compliance obligations but often lack the funding, staffing or security expertise to adequately address them.
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