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.


ComplianceIt's time to answer the age-old question: What happens to the documents and data you’ve captured after they leave your document capture system?
PreviewInformation Management's MDM & Data Governance Summit (Oct. 4-6, New York) has organized more than 50 expert-led sessions to address your key questions. Here are five themes to expect, and details on how to join us.
FeatureCorrect diagnoses and appropriate treatments are dependent on managing both structured and unstructured data. Here's the path forward.
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FeatureWhen it comes to databases for big data projects, Semantic Graph Databases can integrate disparate data types and they can adapt for future use cases.
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NewsDriven in large part by the increased use of social media and smartphones, the global marketing resource management (MRM) market now enjoys double-digit annual growth, according to research firm Technavio.
Data ManagementOrganizations need to move large unstructured data sets across the world quickly and easily for big data analytics using Hadoop. Classic methods like FTP and HTTP aren't designed for such use cases. Here's how to move forward.
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Information Management NewsOrganizations driven by data innovate more quickly and can anticipate the needs of their customers, continuously improving and developing the next generation of products and services. That drives significant incremental revenue.
NewsBusiness must navigate nine Master Data Management (MDM) trends to enhance data governance, customer service, supply chain management and more, according to Aaron Zornes, chief research officer at The MDM Institute:
BlogThe continual increase in unstructured big data from the Internet of Things, the changeable requirements for developing successful mobile apps and the trend for user-generated content are paving the way for the databases to prove their value.
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Information Management's DM RadioThe long-standing call for improved time-to-insight has reached a fever pitch these days, as companies are leveraging data as it arrives, even before it gets persisted anywhere within the enterprise. Across the board, the power of data streams are fundamentally changing the way companies look at data. Even in the consumer world, powerhouse players like Apple are focused intently on how to capture the value of streaming technology. How can your organization stay ahead of the game? Register for this episode of DM Radio to find out! Host Eric Kavanagh interviews Mark Madsen of Third Nature, Mike Hoskins of Actian and Michael O’Connell of TIBCO.
NewsOnly a few thousand apps—a tiny fraction of the millions out there—have adopted the competing tech protocols that Google, Facebook, Apple, and others are pushing.
Data ManagementA look at OpenStack’s approach to DBaaS, called Trove -- a potential solution for provisioning and managing relational and non-relational database resources within an enterprise.
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