My colleagues at Gartner are always keen to remind me that structured data represents only about 5 to 10 per cent of an organizations information, the rest is made up of “unstructured” data. But a quick call with my colleague, Mark Beyer, will show that there is no such thing as unstructured data. For any [...]
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by Andrew White | June 28, 2011 | 3 Comments
by Andrew White | November 4, 2010 | Comments Off
Don’t tell Mark Beyer, but I use a lot of metadata –and I employ Metadata Management! Every one of the inquiries I do I track by tagging each one with a series of words that describe the focus of the topic. These words are “governance”, “organizations”, “business case” and so on. After a period of [...]
by Andrew White | February 20, 2009 | 10 Comments
Sanjay Kumar, head of data management for Satyam Computer Services Limited, was quoted today in an Information Management article called, “5 Data Quality Management Steps for MDM”. The article highlights how MDM won’t deliver the benefits if some DQ effort is not undertaken. I would like to meet the user who implemented something they call, [...]