by Angela Guess Rob Karel of Informatica has written an article regarding the architectural scope of Data Governance. He begins, “It’s important to note that I didn’t title this post ‘Implementing a Data Governance Architecture’. Data governance is not a technology space, tool – or architecture. As our data governance framework illustrates, tools and architecture represents but […]
by Angela Guess Sunil Soares of IBM Business Magazine recently laid out a framework for Big Data Governance. He writes, “Big data governance is part of a broader information governance program that formulates policy relating to the optimization, privacy, and monetization of big data by aligning the objectives of multiple functions. However, big data governance […]
A New Framework for Querying Semantic Networks, a paper that was presented at Museums and the Web 2012, is now available online.
Karen Coyle recently commented on the growing number of RDF and linked data projects in the field of library data.
Mike Bergman is at it again. This time he’s announcing AI3’s first annual State of Tooling for Semantic Technologies.
Ian Davis recently sketched out an “alternate way of thinking about RDF, one that is resource-oriented rather than triple-oriented.”
by Angela Guess A new article offers five steps for creating a data governance framework for cloud security. It begins, “Cloud computing is a significant technology trend that is set to dramatically change the nature of business. We have witnessed a recent spate of high-profile security attacks and data security breaches – from Amazon to […]
by Angela Guess Dylan Jones recently clarified the difference between a data governance framework and a data governance strategy. He defines a framework as “(1) A skeletal structure designed to support or enclose something. (2) A frame or structure composed of parts fitted and joined together.” He defines a strategy as “(1) A method or […]
This video lecture discusses the development of OpenTox, an open source predictive toxicology framework.
Creative Commons and the Association of Education Publishers (AEP) have announced the Learning Resources Metadata Initiative.