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In the data silo environment, you might have to spend hours combing through various systems and mounds of paperwork to get some good facts.
The six-page brief, based on results from 89 Degrees' PACE survey and study of 153 marketers' customer engagement and marketing optimization practices, addresses the benefits and challenges of moving past data silos, and why making that move is an imperative.
A system such as this can be extremely powerful, removing data silos, storing large amounts of data efficiently and enabling insights both to scientists and business managers.
Chief information security officers (CISOs) should not treat big data security in isolation, but require policies that encompass all data silos if they are to avoid security chaos and financial liability, according to Gartner, Inc.
India, June 6 -- Chief Information Security Officers (CISOs) should not treat big data security in isolation, but require policies that encompass all data silos if they are to avoid security chaos, according to Gartner, Inc.
com) PPM Central to consolidate its repository and eliminate data silos.
Hospitals and healthcare systems, as well as HIEs and RHIOs, leverage Accelero Connect to improve patient care by enhancing clinical workflows and eliminating data silos.
Unlike many other systems that still rely on an outdated data management model, Relay's universal data model combines the various systems and applications involved in the production process into a single database, eliminating data silos and the need for duplicate or staggered data entry, according to Blueberry Systems.
Multiple, disparate hardware and software products typically manage these data silos, which leads to duplicate copies of information that must be protected and preserved.
Transformation is the new 'normal', data silos and spreadsheets to understand your data are no longer good enough to manage your data -- firms must deliver transparency to satisfy the regulators and create business growth," she added.
Stuart (Centre for e-Research at King's College) foresees such a role, but librarians will need to keep up with developments in embedded semantics, data silos, Dublin Core, the Resource Description Framework (RDF) and a host of other phenomena.
Last year, Juan Alaniz, manager of the Health Record Banking Project for the Washington State Health Care Authority, told me that the state wanted to try something different than the traditional efforts that involve building interfaces between provider data silos.
In today's economy, where customers demand instant access to their information, and organizations want a "360-degree view" of each customer, data silos are analogous to clots in the arteries.
A single data source that is always current will replace hundreds of data silos currently in operation throughout the university," says Olsen.