Enterprise Information Management

Data Science Programs on the Increase at Universities

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by Paul Williams The practice of Data Science is growing in importance; it is driven by the continuing increase in the volume and velocity of data, and the need for data scientists at the enterprise is being forced to keep up. Big Data needs to be properly managed and interpreted to provide value to the…

Collibra Releases Data Governance Center 4.0

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by Angela Guess A new article out of the company reports, “The launch of Collibra’s Data Governance Center is a groundbreaking change in the Data Management space. Collibra’s Data Governance Center is a web-based solution for Business and IT Data Stewards working together to control and manage data. As a workflow based Data Governance engine…

Concurrent Raises $4M in Series A Funding

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by Angela Guess A recent article out of the company reports, “Concurrent, Inc., the enterprise Big Data application platform company, today announced it has raised $4 million in Series A funding. The investment, led by True Ventures and Rembrandt Venture Partners, will be used to fuel product development, grow the core team and further deliver…

What’s The Problem with Big Metadata?

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by Ian Rowlands I’m returning to a theme that was one of the motivations for starting blogging with Dataversity. How come so many metadata programs get off the ground, do well for a while and then wither on the vine? I’ve been focused recently on the issues surrounding what I think of as projects on…

Featured Video: What’s with All the Buzz for Canonical Messaging?

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What’s with all the Buzz for Canonical Messaging? from DATAVERSITY by Angela Guess Dan McCreary led an excellent lightning session at last year’s Enterprise Data World Conference in San Diego. McCreary is a Principal at Kelly-McCreary & Associates and his session was titled What’s with All the Buzz for Canonical Messaging? In his description of…

More Data Analysts Needed For Years to Come

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by Angela Guess Tom Groenfeldt of Forbes reports, “Although technology companies like Teradata and SAS are making data easier to use, business will need well-educated analysts for years to come, according to Jerry Oglesby, senior director for global academic and certification programs at SAS, the global analytics specialist. In my recent piece about Teradata Aster, I noted their assertion…