Enterprise Information Management in the 21st Century

EIM in the age of Semantcs, Big Data, and Social Media


Link Roundup – October 22, 2012

Hey folks – There will be no link roundup this week, which is what I get for starting a new project for my company (namely, exhaustion). Of course, I’m confident that nothing really happened this week anyway, so no great loss 😉 I’ll be back next week with all the news that fits…

Link Roundup – July 22, 2012

Here are some links in the world of Enterprise Information Management that you may have missed last week: Big Data The Multi-Billion-Dollar Data Management Challenge (Slahdot.org) – The solving of an issue should not be abandoned just because of the size of the issue – see US Moon Landing, 1969… Making Big Data Usable for […]

Link Roundup – July 16, 2012

Data Quality: It Depends on Your Reference Point (Dan’s Adventures in Business Intelligence) – Reference Obi-Wan Kenobi in Return of the Jedi – http://bit.ly/PMx4sS Metadata: Who Needs Business Metadata? (Informatica) – Everyone! Visualization: Soda vs Pop, Visualized (Gizmodo) – Part of my culture shock in attending college in the Midwest, visualized… EIM/Governance/MDM: Master Data Management’s […]

The Pendulum Swings Again

Microsoft vows hardware fight with Apple This may sound like a surprising position from Redmond, but if you look at things through the prism of computer history, it’s not really that shocking. They are simply joining a long line of companies that have attempted to control the entire computing stack, from terminals/PCs to servers to […]

Link Roundup–July 9, 2012

Here are some links to interesting things you may have missed in the last week: Lightning Strikes the Cloud (OCDQBlog) – Always examine your assumptions… The Big Data Software Problem Behind CERN’s Higgs Boson Hunt (ITBusinessEdge) – and we’re talking BIG data here, folks…800 trillion collisions… Schema.org + WebIntents = Awesomeness (Web of Data) – […]