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Focus in 2013

Like many of you, this time of year means budgeting. Every year is different, and budgeting for 2013 is no exception – so how do I maximize the return on investment for our shareholders?

What makes 2013 different? For many of us, the global economic climate and political change means uncertainty. In most cases, this leads to cautious optimism and moderate budget increases at best. As I was scouring the IT Leadership Exchange for benchmark data. I found the data to be consistent. (more…)

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Five Future Data Matching Trends

Data matching is a core element in many deployments of data quality tools and master data management solutions.

Most data matching implementations are revolving around matching names and addresses. The classic business goals for a data matching activity are removing duplicates and thus avoiding sending the same material twice or even more times to the same real world individual either as a private person or a business contact. (more…)

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Social Media Monitoring for Early Warning of Public Safety Issues

A friend posted a humorous photo on Facebook the other day of a sign that read “In Case of Fire Exit Don't Tweet SignFire… Exit building before Tweeting about it.”  Hopefully it’s a made-up sign just to get a laugh, but the truth is actually closer than you think.  The intersection of the pervasiveness of mobile devices and the ubiquitous nature of social media is creating a tremendous amount of relevant data about the physical world not previously seen before – what is happening, where it’s happening, to whom, by whom in some cases and when.  Not usually early adopters, public safety officials are starting to take notice.

Here’s a real-world story: (more…)

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