There is reason to hope and believe that the last few years have given rise to a new era of maturity in data and information management. The early limitations of hardware and networks, and ensuing challenges of application and data integration, are largely conquered (or at least understood) for now. CPU and storage costs are less and less a barrier to any project, and analytic tools have matured.

Now, organizations are turning their attention toward making information work.

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