Enterprise data architecture best practices
- May 16, 2006
The Data Management Association (DAMA) symposium in Denver a few weeks ago featured a new set of sessions on the Zachman Framework, an "enterprise architecture framework" developed by John Zachman that helps companies develop "descriptive ...
- May 09, 2006
Semantics, universal data models, and compliance are transforming data management, according to data professionals at a recent Data Management Association (DAMA) event.
- November 17, 2005
John Zachman, who created the "Zachman Framework," has been very influential for today's computer professionals.
- November 02, 2005
Energy costs and demands for power are skyrocketing in the data center. But there are new technologies and design strategies that could help you cut down the price of your juice.
- October 13, 2005
Companies should use near-line and archival storage.
- August 18, 2005
There is a case to be made for management to process and react to data slowly, not quickly.
- July 12, 2005
Business intelligence on the move.
- June 23, 2005
Examine the foundations of the Corporate Information Factory and its related project-based data stores and you will find a minimal amount of data redundancy.
- April 27, 2005
The relationship between the local and global ODS.
- April 27, 2005
Architecting a survivable system in the enterprise.
- April 14, 2005
The arrival of the GIF was a natural evolution from the corporate information factory.
- February 09, 2005
Blade servers may be able to make your data center really easy to manage. And that's not all. They can save you space, cabling, power and more.
- January 27, 2005
How long should businesses keep historical data?
- January 20, 2005
As a rule, the probability of access of historical data depends on the point in time to which the data is relevant.
- September 16, 2004
If IT Management isn't willing to strike out, it will never score a home run