Unstructured Data/Content Management


Any document, file, image, report, form, etc. without a highly defined data model or relational structure for convenient use in automated processing; unstructured data may contain many facts: fields, dates, names etc., but not organized in the rows and columns associated with structured data.


The growth in data analytics and governance is leading to an increase in the workers that manage and master it all. The result will be a new level of ‘data literacy’ in 2017. Here are 10 reasons why.
FeatureInitial reports, thanks to the National Retail Federation, are a case study in how to obtain meaningless data and then put it to bad use.
Great advances are being made with machine learning and artificial intelligence, but nothing compared to what the next quarter century has in store. Jeremy Achin, data scientist and CEO of DataRobot shares his thoughts on what we can expect.
FeatureBI analysts are struggling to respond to business requests, there is an endless shortage of data scientists, and business analysts continue to grapple with data access, data blending and data reconciliation.
FeatureGartner surveyed 180 professionals in the role of chief data officer or chief analytics officer to learn more about their responsibilities, background, and tenure in the role.
Which are the top companies for enterprise content management? Gartner Group thinks it knows, and has released its Magic Quadrant for the top 19 Enterprise Content Management vendors.
FeatureHealth systems are focusing on reducing 30-day readmissions by better identifying which patients are at risk to be readmitted and ensuring they are communicating frequently with those patients.
FeatureThe Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard, and Intel Corp. have announced a five-year, $25 million collaboration, establishing the Intel-Broad Center for Genomic Data Engineering.
FeatureBig data allows for the discovery of powerful patterns that can be used to streamline operations, personalize customer experience and plan strategic growth.
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FeatureInformation drawn from electronic health records, social media and the Internet are timely and detailed data sources now being used to combat deadly outbreaks..
FeatureBig data requires new forms of processing and thus, innovative technology to support and create enhanced decision-making and greater insights. It’s no easy task given the scale at which we’re doing business today.
BlogJust about every poll, forecaster, and political junkie were wrong. And they all claimed to have based their decisions on access to the same type of data that powered Obama to a second term.

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