TDAN.com – New
Designing Reference Tables for Usefulness, Flexibility and Survival
In this article Mike Scofield tells us that during initial design, it is vital to understand (forecasting into the future of the enterprise) if attributes need to be versioned in some way.
The Three Drivers of Innovation
What is the Related BPM/EA Readiness?
This article is published in cooperation with the IRM UK Enterprise Architecture Conference to be held in London in June 2013.
Mobile BI: The Next Frontier in Business Intelligence
According to Noe Gutierez, the new connected world has changed how consumers shop for products and services, establishing the need for businesses to provide a consistent experience regardless of the channel.
Happenings in Data Governance
Upcoming Data Governance Activities for 2013
In this special feature from Bob Seiner and Davida Berger they cover many of the data governance activities for the third quarter of 2013.
More Special Features >
The EIM Puzzle - May 2013
Fundamentals of the Capability Maturity Model
In this column, Anne Marie Smith writes about using the CMM as the basis for developing an Enterprise Information Management Maturity Model
The Skeptical Architect - May 2013
The Business is at Risk – Architecture to the Rescue
This column from Gil and Frank discusses how business architecture focuses on the opportunity and capabilities of the organization.
Agile Data Design - May 2013
NoSQL and the “Data Dump”
In this Feature Column Larry Burns tells us that you don’t have to what he says you won't have to refactor the data model and database schema for every miscellaneous attribute that’s added.
DAMA Corner - May 2013
Silver Anniversary DAMA Awards
In this column DAMA International brings us up to date on their most recent activities.
More Featured Columns >
Managing Risk in a Flat World
More Perspectives >