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.


NewsPower-equipment maker Schneider Electric SE is weighing a sale of DTN, an agriculture news and data service that could be worth as much as $1.5 billion, according to people familiar with the matter.
FeatureAfter data is gathered, the importance of sharing that information rises in order to coordinate patient care throughout an organization.
NewsNow, more than 3,000 clinics and 200 hospitals are live on Carequality, with data exchange underway in four states—California, Missouri, Texas and Virginia.
NewsA new study shows health information exchange can improve emergency department care through faster access to patient information held by outside healthcare organizations.
FeatureBy adding a little bit of “noise” to the results of database searches, the technique confounds algorithms that would seek to extract private information from the results of multiple customized sequential searches.
NewsThe new tool will let forecasters target potentially life and property threatening downpours street by street, giving people more time to get out of harm’s way or prepare for the worst if they can’t.
FeatureFord has invested $75 million in the leading maker of an advanced radar system to accelerate its development of self-driving cars.
FeatureToday’s businesses must reinvent their content with digital assets that align with trends in their industries, that are accessible by evolving technologies, and meet customer expectations, all at a record pace.
FeatureNow that hospitals have updated to their first and even second generation electronic health records, the data exists for a similar revolution in healthcare administration. All that remains is the will to change.
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NewsThe contract covers an array of rights that includes selling official league data to betting houses, data analytics to teams and the development of a streaming product.
FeatureInstead of holding forth on policy issues or the welfare of nations, many are working with companies to create the kind of ideal markets that were previously confined to the pages of their academic papers.
BlogIt is clear to see that raw data at a high frequency quickly accumulates to astronomical quantities. The clear solution is implementation of real time data processing.

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