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MDM Evolving to Suit NoSQL

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by Angela Guess Loraine Lawson of IT Business Edge recently discussed the overlap between MDM and NoSQL. She writes, “Master data management is an established industry, but there’s still a lot of movement and innovation, which continues to surprise me. Just last month, for instance, Informatica arranged a stock buyout of the Germany-based Heiler Software MDM.…

The Emerging Role of Data Markets

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by Angela Guess Gil Elbaz of TechCrunch recently discussed the evolving concept of data markets. He writes, “The term data market brings to mind a traditional structure in which vendors sell data for money. Indeed, this form of market is on the rise with companies large and small jumping in. Think of Azure Data Marketplace (Microsoft), data.com…

The Changing Use of MDM in Health Care

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by Angela Guess Jeff Scheepers of Informatica recently noted that health care companies are evolving their use of MDM. He writes, “It’s clear that within the provider community, MDM is quickly maturing beyond a single virtual view of the patient using an Enterprise Master Patient Index (EMPI). To give you a bit of detail about what…

The Changing Role of the CIO

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by Angela Guess A recent article discusses the evolving role of the CIO. It states, “IT executives in the leading firms are trusted stewards of 4% to 10% of the firm’s gross revenue–funds best used to drive long-term shareholder returns. As technology plays an increasingly important part in successful execution of business strategy, the role…