In my October column, I provided an overview of the five data integration framework (DIF) components. This month, I will examine the first component ­ – information architecture. Future columns will discuss the processes, standards, tools, and resources and skills.

Does information architecture make you think of years of effort without accomplishing anything useful? Nothing could be farther from the truth. You need blueprints for building your house, and you need a blueprint for creating an information asset.

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