Slides: The Value of Metadata

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About the Webinar

Metadata has the potential to impact nearly every part of your enterprise. From helping you connect data across business processes to holding the key to your most valuable assets, this underdog data is finally getting the attention it deserves.

But, according to a Dataversity report on Metadata, nearly a third of organizations have only begun to address managing this valuable data and a quarter have no metadata strategy at all.

Part of what has held organizations back is that metadata is notoriously sneaky data to manage, and even more difficult to put into action using traditional relational database technology.

This webinar will look at the critical importance of metadata and highlight mission critical metadata apps that have taken a new approach with enterprise NoSQL technology and semantic data models.

Organizations including commercial entities, intelligence agencies, and some of your favorite entertainment companies using this approach have made good on the promise of metadata, and this webinar will cover how you can make metadata the hero in your organization.

About the Speaker

Matt Turner

Chief Technology Officer, Media and Entertainment

Matt Turner is the CTO, Media and Entertainment at MarkLogic where he develops strategy and solutions for the Media, Publishing, Entertainment and Information Provider markets, and works with customers and prospects to create leading edge information and digital content applications with MarkLogic’s Enterprise NoSQL database. Matt has worked closely with MarkLogic customers NBC, Warner Bros., LexisNexis, McGraw-Hill Finance, Dow Jones and more.

Before joining MarkLogic, Matt was at Sony Music and PC World developing innovative publishing and asset delivery applications.


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