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Data Virtualization Comes of Age

Tell me what I want to know and what I need to know. In an ideal world, that simple request should be easy for most data systems to answer. You ask a computer "What areas should we be investing in to get the maximum return for our investments? Who are the … [Read More...]

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Royalty-Free Digital Assets — Not As Free As You Might Think

When you need an image from a stock photo house, you have the choice of selecting rights managed or royalty free assets. Rights-managed licenses have strict terms and conditions to ensure that assets are not over used in a specific industry, channel, or region … [Read More...]


Digital Rights and the Cost of “Lousy Record Keeping”

Every year, publishers pay millions of dollars in legal fees to settle copyright infringement suits for misusing licensed images and other digital assets. One legal blogger has written extensively about the problem and has noted that, overall, many publishers … [Read More...]

Migrating to a new Web Content Management System

Over the last two years I’ve noticed several clients starting projects to migrate to new web content management systems (CMS). The maturity of enterprise CMS systems has steadily advanced with automated features and benefits. The time necessary for designing … [Read More...]


Ontology for Fun and Profit

The IT sector is notable for coming up with unique job titles - from the various C permutations - CIO, CTO, CDO, etc. - to Test Wranglers, Scrum Masters and UX Designers. One that you're likely to start hearing more about is the title of Ontologist. While … [Read More...]