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.


FeatureIt is critical that data scientists and businesses alike understand the benefits that a real-time approach to the data infrastructure can bring to the business, says data Artisans CEO Kostas Tzoumas.
FeatureThe driver is to move away from just simply reporting and analyzing to integrating analytics into operational flows so that they can respond quickly to incoming data and actually impact business as its happening.
FeatureToo many organizations suffer from data stagnation, in which data lies untapped and does no good at helping to drive business decisions. The result is a growing need to discover relationships within that data.
FeatureMost believe they now have the proper data management frameworks in place at their organizations, and it’s time to cash in on the potential benefits.
FeatureWhile data security remains a top concern for nearly every organization, a growing number of firm are taking data analytics to the cloud.
FeatureBig data projects are increasingly finding their way into hybrid cloud environments, suggesting that advanced data projects may be significantly on the rise, says Sumit Sarkar, chief data evangelist at Progress.
FeatureHealthcare is being inundated with a deluge of big health data, 80 percent of which are invisible to current computing systems because the data are unstructured, according to IB CEO Ginni Rometty.
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FeatureSecurity remains top of mind for data pros as data applications continue to involve more and more users inside an organization and require more fine-grained security from collection to application.
BlogThis year promises to be a break-out year for master data management, with a number of milestones expected to be reached.
FeatureWhat was new at the Strata event this year? "This year attendees are down to business and want to know how to achieve results," explains Ron Bodkin, founder and president of Think Big, a Teradata company.
BlogOn Monday, I made my way to San Jose for Strata-Hadoop World. I've been to all six Stratas in Silicon Valley, the first four in Santa Clara.
FeatureAs more “born digital” content is produced every day, requirements get more complex, and the need for organization-wide digital preservation strategies becomes greater.

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