Enterprise Information Management in the 21st Century

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

Link Roundup – August 13, 2012

Here are some links in the world of Enterprise Information Management that you may have missed last week:

Big Data

Big Data is Our Generation’s Civil Rights Issue, and We Don’t Know It (Solve for Interesting) – Every new technology can be a force for good AND a force for evil – this article discusses some old civil rights issues through the lens of the data explosion…

Big Data, Good and Evil (Data Governance and Data Quality Insider) – I’m sensing a theme here…

Watson Goes to Work (IBM) – Changing the world for $1,000, Alex…

Google BigQuery API Makes Big Data Analytics Easy (ProgrammbleWeb.com) – “…interactive analysis on massive datasets…” – Yummy…

How Big Data Changes Data Integration (Informatica) – How traditional data integration technology must change to accommodate the “3 Vs” of Big Data…

Data Governance

What Business Execs Can Do to Stop Data Politics (IT Business Edge) – Another poll that shows that ownership and accountability are key…

Data Quality

Five Future Data Matching Trends (Informatica) – A god review of how matching techniques are changing…

Linked/Open Data

Palo Alto Looks to Use Open Data to Embrace ‘City as a Platform’ (O’Reilly Radar) – More cities see the value of linked open data…

Semgel Gets Semantic with Crunchbase Data (SemanticWeb) – Another contestant in the field of lining distributed data stores…

School Days: Reading, Writing, and Linked Data (SemanticWeb.com) – A look at the coming revolution in higher education, and how new data technologies are helping out…

Semantics

Fighting Bullying with Machine Learning (University of Wisconsin) –  It occurs to me that bullies pick on people who understand this kind of thing…

New Book: Semantic Web and Model-Driven Engineering (Wiley) – The application of thee two technologies together could be quite exciting…

Did I miss anything? Let me know in the comments…

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