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Data integration refers to the organization’s inventory of data and information assets as well as the tools, strategies and philosophies by which fragmented data assets are aligned to support business goals.


NewsA $38 million grant program -- empowering 20 organizations in 19 states -- could bolster interoperable health IT tools and services that support the electronic exchange of health information.
AnalysisBy interlinking text and data, leveraging public data sources that provide context and supplemental information, and identifying true meaning, businesses are constructing knowledge bases with the power to reason at the speed of the human mind.
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NewsBlended analytics can overcome data silos that plague IT operations management. Here's how.
NewsInformatica has unveiled a range of big data, cloud and analytics tools to improve data integration and the security of Hadoop systems.
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NewsThe Department of Defense electronic health records procurement strategy faces major interoperability questions.
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.
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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
SurveyNearly 75 percent of American adults surveyed believe it is very important that their critical health information should be easily shared between physicians, hospitals and other healthcare providers, according to a recent survey.
NewsWhen the long-awaited Google Compare for auto insurance aggregator launched, our sister site Insurance Networking News took a closer look at the search giant's strategy and the potential market implications.
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.
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