Now that digital data is available to us within the context of all of our other textual or numerical data that we've had access to, similar business intelligence and mining techniques can be utilized to analyze it. This article looks at several use cases on how digital data can be integrated into the business intelligence ecosystem.
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Is Information Lifecycle Management just a new buzz word or a value proposition? As data management experts have started to take note, it has become clear that ILM can be a benefit to your organization.
This author is appalled. If so many tools out there can help organizations adopt a sense-and-respond mechanism that effectively helps them reach profit goals, why are so few companies investing in the capabilities that are available?
Corporations should strongly consider standards around data warehousing on x86 platforms...read on to find out why.
Without a focused effort around discriminating between what is and what is not important when it comes to information, organizations will continue to invest in storing data that is seldom utilized.
As the nation tries to rebuild, the future is only riddled with complexity. The volatility of society is accelerating, and will steamroll us if we do not model the changes that can happen from volatility and take action based on those models.
Corporate search is more likely than not a frustrating adventure. The ability to search corporate documents and to traverse a corporate intranet is critical to corporate efficiency. Here's some help.
Last year was clearly the year of Sarbanes-Oxley within IT. This year, Sarbanes-Oxley has moved from most important on the IT agenda to the biggest pain for IT professionals, moving the attention from creativity to bureaucracy.
As the kids go back to school, it's time for the project managers to hit the books and brush up on the basics of project delivery. Here are three important lessons to help you pass that next quiz.
While the planned methods for dealing with the deadly bird flu virus will undoubtedly help slow the onset of a pandemic, many of them are missing a key element required for any pandemic management strategy: information. Here are some thoughts on stopping a pandemic through information management.