When it comes to data accuracy and abstractions, each dimension is a complex area with its own logical structure, specific problems and special methods
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ReportIT executive forum studies potential value of real-time digital information for decision-making, competitive advantage
StrategyThere’s more footing for a business-driven approach to EA; Gartner’s Betsy Burton offers best practices for strategic architecture, as well as some of the worst
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Case StudyEffects firm Image Engine turns to Avere Systems NAS filer for data loads behind blockbuster movie
SurveyExperian QAS survey finds fewer than 1 percent of businesses lack data quality initiatives, with accuracy improved 8 percent on average from last year
featureEncouragingly, more organizations are producing a documented business case prior to embarking on their MDM initiative. Disturbingly, a significant number of organizations still appear to be happy to “fly blind.”
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columnIt can be a daunting task to define a simple term, such as “Customer,” but it could be a lot easier (and maybe just as effective) to instead define what these terms do. So can we define something in terms of what that something does, instead of what something “is”?
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profileAboard Curiosity and orbiters, humble computing, scant bandwidth make onboard technology a balancing act, says deputy lead who built data transmission gear for “7 minutes of terror”
featureGaining insight from unstructured data is difficult but not impossible. Recent developments in the field have made it easier for companies to work on this data and generate insight, so enterprises should explore unstructured data as the next step in information management
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