Noetix at COLLABORATE 12 – Day 3 Highlights

Collaborate 12 has gone by in a flash!  It’s been a great show so far.  This is the last day to visit Noetix in the exhibit hall, booth #1119.  There are still a few more chances to win your share of $5,000 in cold hard cash!  We’ve been handing out cash all week, so make sure you get your cut.

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Noetix at COLLABORATE 12 – Day 2 Highlights

Collaborate 12 Day 1 was a success! Last night was OAUG’s Welcome Reception in the Exhibitor Showcase.  We had a flood of people and gave away decks of playing cards and lots of cash!  If you have not yet checked your deck, it’s not too late!   You may find a lucky scratch ticket!   Visit Noetix in booth #1119 and follow the Noetix Blog during the show for more chances to win your share of $5,000 in cold hard cash! Read more

This Post Is Not About Big Data

Big Data is clearly the buzzword du jour in the information management space right now. I read a great article by Jim Ericson a few days ago where he talked about the hype around big data and how vendors, consultants and analysts have glommed on to (my word) the term and its pervasiveness in all topics information management. Read more

Noetix at COLLABORATE 12 – Day 1 Highlights

Collaborate 12 is finally here! Last night was OAUG’s Welcome Reception at the Shark Reef – it was an amazing event to kickoff the Conference. And that was just the beginning of good things to come! Visit Noetix in booth #1119 and follow the Noetix Blog during the show for several chances to win $5,000 in cold hard cash! Read more

Gartner Research Reports BI Market Revenue Hit $12.2 Billion in 2011

Gartner Research recently published its annual enterprise software market share report which found that Business Intelligence (BI), Analytics, and Performance Management (PM) software revenue was $12.2 billion in 2011—a 16.4 percent growth over 2010—making the combined areas the second-fastest growing in enterprise software. Read more

Don’t Boil the Data Governance Ocean

In a recent blog post, a Forrester analyst suggested that organizations should create a combined program for “information governance” that would cover governing both data and content. The premise is that there should be enough common ground and similarities in the two governance programs such that organizations can create “an information governance framework that will address both their structured and unstructured information [which] requires that the appropriate IT and business roles and responsibilities are clearly defined and that stakeholders from both IT and business are in agreement with the design and implementation efforts for an effective information governance strategy.” Read more

Get it Done, Right, the First Time (or at least from now on)

I recently read a great blog by Aaron Zornes, “Go Governance, Go Early”, in which Aaron called out the need for the discipline of a Master Data Governance to coincide with the deployment of an MDM solution. I couldn’t agree more! Read more