Enterprise Information Management

Enterprise information management is an overarching term and strategy to describe related or aligned disciplines and processes for gathering, managing, disseminating, leveraging and disposing of all types of information assets within an organization.


FeatureAs part of its analytics efforts, the Illinois-based medical system has taken aim at medication adherence as a way to improve patient care and produce better outcomes.
blogAutomation opportunities abound and AI-based applications will increasingly automate operational tasks.
Spending on information technology is on the increase in the government sector this year, and that includes a significant portion toward data management and data analytics related issues. This week research firm Gartner Inc. released its report on “The Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for Government in 2016.”
FeatureThere are some important factors to consider when seeking out a preferred remote database management partner, and deciding who does what. Here are some top opportunities and decisions to expect.
Information Management NewsHewlett Packard Enterprise will spin off and merge its enterprise-services division with Computer Sciences Corp. in a deal valued at $8.5 billion.
NewsThe global event management software (EMS) market will rise at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 8% between 2016 and 2020, reaching $8.66 billion.
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BlogIn IoT terms, how do you harness its value without asset management? I think the answer is, you don’t. IoT needs EAM, and vice-versa. Without that interdependence, only minimal value can be derived.
FeatureOrganizations are struggling with ways to manage the vast amounts of incoming data in order to derive meaningful insight from it all -- insight that drives sound business strategies.
BlogBasically, to most of the BI vendors Hadoop is just another data source. Let's now see what qualifies a BI vendor as a "Native Hadoop BI Platform".
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NewsTableau Software Inc. is having to adjust to a new reality -- going from one of the fastest-growing data analysis software companies to one that may have bitten off more than it can chew.
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FeatureEvery healthcare stakeholder agrees that it’s time for clinical data to get up and running. But just because everyone’s behind an effort certainly doesn’t make it easier.
NewsFive major healthcare IT vendors have agreed to adopt an interoperability framework to foster cooperation that’s designed to simplify system-to-system data sharing.
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