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Ask a dozen tech pundits to describe Web 2.0 and you're likely to get two dozen explanations as to what it is. The precise definition remains open to debate — and in some ways, that's exactly the point. This much is clear: Web 2.0 represents an important shift in the way digital information is created, shared, stored, distributed, and manipulated. In the years ahead, it will have a significant impact in the way businesses use both the Internet and enterprise-level IT applications.

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Data Management in the Era of Big Data 16 MARCH 2012 | DBTA The rise of big data is challenging many long-held assumptions about the way data is organized, managed, ingested, and digested. However, for many organizations, big data is still a new frontier that they have only begun to explore. “Many organizations leave their data to pile up; they are aware of it as a resource but haven’t analyzed it,” says Kord Campbell, CEO of Loggly. “They don’t know what’s useful and what’s worthless.”

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Once again, DM Forum (http://www.dmforum.org) has planned a symposium in New York City where experts in data warehouse management and other enterprise activities gather to present their approaches to various challenges faced by data management professionals in all industries, regardless of the organization’s size. The 2008 conference is scheduled for Tuesday, December 9 at the Radisson Broadway Executive Conference Center - on Herald Square near the Times Square theatre district. There will be a full-day tutorial Pre-Conference Seminar: ARCHITECTING FOR BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE AND DATA WAREHOUSING: INTEGRATING THE STRUCTURED AND UNSTRUCTURED DATA WORLD conducted by Bill Inmon on Monday, December 8. DMForum’s events are always well-organized and packed with information that all attendees can use, and Bill will include practical case studies from his experience.

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Enterprise Architecture and Data Warehousing 2008

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Newsletter May 2006

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Content Takeaways • How does an organization achieve better use of its information architecture using MDM? – Continuous re-development; the starting point isn't the beginning – Information architecture components must typically be reengineered – Using an iterative, incremental approach, typically focusing on one component at a time and following a formal component transformation cycle

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Content Takeaways • How does an organization achieve better use of its information architecture using MDM? – Continuous re-development; the starting point isn't the beginning – Information architecture components must typically be reengineered – Using an iterative, incremental approach, typically focusing on one component at a time and following a formal component transformation cycle Takeaways • Architecture • Use • Reengineer