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Master Data Management: Free Up the Data to Free Up the Business
The future of enterprise data management, reports Dominic Micic of DataFlux, is the master data management approach, and the key for data management professionals is to tie data management efforts to business objectives.
Topics: Information Management, Data Management, Master Data Management (MDM)
by Dominic Micic | 0 comments
Data Integration: Looking Beyond ETL
Daniel Teachey explains why some organizations are now looking to the extract, load and transform (ELT) method, data federation and real-time/near-time data integration as alternatives to ETL.
Topics: Data Integration, Real-Time Enterprise, ETL, Data Federation
by Daniel Teachey | 0 comments
What Can the Real-Time Web Economy Do for Your Business?
To make better business decisions, organizations are finding increased need for relevant, real-time data from public websites, such as BBC.com, or social networking sites such as Twitter, LinkedIn or Facebook, as well as from private, firewall-protected websites and Web applications.
Topics: Data Integration, Social Media
by Stefan Andreasen | 0 comments
Availability in a Converged World: Successful Providers Must Rise to New Market Standards
The telecommunications industry is changing at a blinding rate. Competitors are entering the market from outside the traditional telecommunications space, and they are offering innovative new services to a receptive subscriber base. Michael Crane explains that to remain competitive, telecommunications service providers (TSPs) will need infrastructure that delivers superior, differentiated services that extend across IP and telecommunications networks. However, such infrastructure must facilitate the same levels of availability for converged services as customers have come to expect for the public switched telephony network (PSTN), and this poses challenges.
Topics: Data Integration
by Michael Crane | 0 comments