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Data Warehouse Construction: A Constructional Paradigm Shift? Summary
Bin Jiang discusses a new constructional paradigm for data warehousing. He proposes that the construction would be substantially more effective if the domain-generic knowledge is kept centralized.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Metadata

by Bin Jiang, Ph.D. | 0 comments
Searching for Wisdom: Frank Buytendijk’s Recommended Reading List Summary
Frank Buytendijk provides a suggested reading list to help you frame, contextualize and sharpen your thoughts in your search for wisdom.

Topics: Information Management

by Frank Buytendijk | 0 comments
Metathink: Big Data or Challenging Data? Summary
Bin Jiang explores what "big" data really means and provides questions you should address before implementing a big data initiative.

Topics: Data Warehousing, Big data

by Bin Jiang, Ph.D. | 0 comments
Can Computers Think? Summary
This article from Frank Buytendijk questions whether or not computers can think and what that means for information management. Frank says that once the Semantic Web becomes a reality, information retrieval and processing in general will become a bit more intelligent.

Topics: Information Management

by Frank Buytendijk | 0 comments
Data Integration That’s One Step Ahead: A Q&A with Ash Parikh of Informatica Summary
Ron Powell of the BeyeNETWORK interviews Ash Parikh, Senior Director of Product Marketing at Informatica, about the evolution of business intelligence and how Informatica is addressing the new requirements of their customers.

Topics: Data Integration, Business Intelligence

by Ron Powell | 0 comments
Social Analytics: Your Organization (and Society) as a Collective Intelligence Summary
In this article, Frank Buytendijk explores the area of social analytics, emphasizing how business needs to get it right from a social responsibility point of view.

Topics: Analytics, Social Media

by Frank Buytendijk | 0 comments
Aristotle and Enterprise Architecture Summary
Frank Buytendijk looks at the evolution of enterprise architecture, relating it to philosophy and Aristotle's four causes.

Topics: Information Management, Architecture

by Frank Buytendijk | 0 comments
Technology Optimism, Pessimism or Realism Summary
In this conclusion of his three-part series, Frank Buytendijk explains the importance of building an understanding of the role technology plays in our society.

Topics: Information Management

by Frank Buytendijk | 0 comments
Harnessing Innovation Through More Knowledge Summary
As technology advances, Frank Buytendijk recommends that we need to focus on three specific areas of knowledge: the basics, usage feedback and contextual knowledge.

Topics: Business Intelligence

by Frank Buytendijk | 0 comments
Technology: Can’t Live with It, Can’t Live without It Summary
In this first article of a series, Frank Buytendijk looks at the dilemmas we face because of our dependence on technology.

Topics: Information Management

by Frank Buytendijk | 0 comments
Considering the Usability of Flawed Data in a Big Data Analysis Summary
When dealing with big data, known errors in even one-tenth of one percent of the data can involve an enormous number of records. David Loshin discusses that scenario and provides 3 ways to deal with flawed data in such situations.

Topics: Analytics, Big data

by David Loshin | 0 comments
Implications of the Customer Engagement Maturity Model on Social Media Summary
This article proposes a framework for analyzing the new forms of social data in the context of their business objectives.

Topics: Analytics, Business Intelligence, Social Media

by Rathin Das, Manish Grover | 0 comments
Valuable Intelligence from Big Data: A Q&A with Keith Cooper of Connotate Summary
In this Spotlight interview, Keith Cooper, CEO of Connotate, talks with Ron Powell about deriving insights from big data on the web.

Topics: Business Intelligence, Analytics, Big data

by Ron Powell | 0 comments
How “Little Data” Can Help Us Avoid an Economic Storm Fueled by Increasing Healthcare Costs Summary
In a previous article, Dr. Barquin highlighted six specific areas where technology can play a role in achieving federal government objectives and missions. This article looks at healthcare, one of the six areas Barquin identified, and how the federal government can leverage information technology to control healthcare costs.

Topics: Information Management

by Dr. Ramon Barquin, Dr. Tom Love | 0 comments
Analytics for Competitive Advantage Summary
Tony Rathburn delves into the benefits and challenges of analytics projects in distributed environments. He explains how these projects provide incremental enhancement to organizational decision-making processes with little risk and high return on investment.

Topics: Analytics

by Thomas Rathburn | 0 comments

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