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|Malcolm Chishsolm previews his new book on data definitions||28-05-2010|
|Definitions in Information Management : A Guide to the Fundamental Semantic Metadata
No book on definitions has been been published since Richard Robinson's "Definitions" in 1950, and none have ever been oriented to information. Indeed, very little has ever been published anywhere on the role of definitions in information management. Yet everyone agrees that definitions, that meaning, is an essential component of information management. In a new book, Malcolm Chisholm explores the special needs of definitions for information. Practical guidance is provided and both the subject-centric and data-centic aspects of definitions for data are examined.
|Seminar: Unlock the Potential of Your Information Assets||25-02-2010|
|Mobile services a $1 trillion industry, lifted by data||27-01-2010|
|Report Shows Countries with Fastest Internet||26-01-2010|
|The End of Frontline Agent Training As We Know It||26-01-2010|
|How to Mine Scientific Business Intelligence in the Cloud||25-01-2010|
|CIOs: Regrets Only||14-01-2010|
|New decade, new horizons for the communications industry||14-01-2010|
|Five Big Questions about Cloud Computing||11-01-2010|
|Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence and CPM Evaluation Centre
The NCC's Evaluation Centre is a unique interactive service guiding you to successful IT procurement. The Evaluation Centre provides information on Data Warehousing, Business Intelligence and Corporate Performance Management (CPM) software.
|How the Rise of Smart Phones Could Unleash a Wave of Fraud
The increasing popularity of smart phones, which has given a big lift this year to consumer adoption of mobile banking and payments, has brought with it an ominous new threat of fraud.
|Baker talks net neutrality, spectrum
Meredith Attwell Baker, the newest Republican member of the Federal Communications Commission, spends most of her time thinking about the Internet--debating questions about whether it should be regulated, how it should be expanded and where the FCC can find the necessary airwaves to do so.
|A victim of its own success
Global subscribers to mobile data services reached 186 million in 2008 largely thanks to the adoption of the iPhone and Android devices. But the impact has been on more than the top line as networks strive to reduce traffic and increase capacity.
|AT&T, Verizon at opposite ends of Consumer Reports survey
AT&T Mobility ranked lowest in wireless customer satisfaction in 19 of 26 cities surveyed by Consumer Reports, marking another blow to the carrier's image. Further, AT&T's chief wireless rival Verizon Wireless ranked highest in all of the 26 markets.