on: August 22, 2016, by: Ann Kelly
Classification is the process of describing a piece of information (a contract, a proposal, a policy), what it’s about (subjects, topics, themes), and how it should be managed (distributed, secured, archived) by applying one or more metadata tags. Metadata can be applied manually by humans or automatically using technology. Where manual classification relies on a human to read and classify information by selecting the right metadata tags, automatic classification uses statistical methods or model-driven rules to precisely, consistently and efficiently apply the metadata.
on: August 15, 2016, by: Ann Kelly
As Life Science organizations continue to struggle with the proliferation of structured and unstructured information flowing into their organization, forward looking companies are managing enterprise information using cutting-edge technologies. To enhance information discovery, information scientists are integrating disparate information into a single, unified knowledge platform and applying semantic technologies to harmonize and link information using vocabularies and publicly available medical taxonomies.
on: July 25, 2016, by: Ann Kelly
In today’s hyper-connected world, the shift to digital content presents unique challenges for organizations who want to leverage product documentation to drive customer self-service delivery and improve ROI. The quality of information and technical support provided by an organization is a key component in customer satisfaction. If information is not readily available, the cost to the enterprise in wasted time, customer satisfaction and frustration is considerable and in some cases, products and services become unprofitable.
on: July 18, 2016, by: Smartlogic
Energy organizations around the world face unique challenges; a rapidly changing economic climate, increased government regulation and a public focus on environmental issues. In order to remain competitive and increase profits, they must manage and optimize all energy assets with complete information, which is scattered across the enterprise. Managing assets with incomplete information leads to lower profits and increased risk.
on: July 12, 2016, by: Ann Kelly
Adding Semantics to your data lake can easily transform and unify all of the unstructured and structured information available to the enterprise and query it in real-time. This valuable information is used by organizations to provide critical business intelligence that answers complex questions.
on: July 04, 2016, by: Ann Kelly
In today’s digital world, media organizations around the world must be able to unify all information assets in order to deal with the unique challenges of our hyper-connected world; from content lifecycle and supply chain management to distribution and managing consumer's expectations and information needs.
on: June 20, 2016, by: Ann Kelly
Leading high tech organizations are competing against each other to increase market share while dealing with slim operating margins, high capital expenditures, shorter product lifecycles and global supply chain management.
on: June 12, 2016, by: Ann Kelly
In today’s hyper-connected world, organizations face unique challenges in customer engagement, support and self-service delivery. As consumer expectations for personalized information continues to grow, organizations must deploy innovative tools and technologies that allow them to harmonize enterprise information and leverage it to meet customer needs.
on: June 06, 2016, by: Ann Kelly
Key decisions in healthcare are dependent on the availability and integration of a diverse set of information sources; patient records, physician’s notes, lab results, claim data as well as professional journals and yes, sometimes social media. This important information is stored in disparate information repositories, in multiple formats and uses specific language and vocabulary.
on: May 18, 2016, by: Ann Kelly
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