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Big Data and the Hidden Web: The Path to Enterprise Information Management

 Tom Jenkins
  28th-Oct-2016
Description: Our future is rooted in our past. To understand what lies ahead for OpenText and Enterprise Information Management (EIM), an appreciation of the last 20 years is required as the industry has grown, changed, and continually re-invented itself. This book chronicles this tremendous evolution, following content in its many forms that some 500 million people, or about one third of Web users across the globe have created, shared, stored, and managed over the past 20 years since the birth of the modern Internet. As society is continually impacted by the combination of content and technology, the future implies a necessary agreement on standards among enterprise users throughout the world.
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Domain: Business
Category: Management
Maxims of Tech: Rules of Engagement for a Fast Changing Environment
Contents:
BIG DATA AND THE HIDDEN WEB:
The Path to Enterprise Information Management

This book is dedicated to

John Shackleton
President and Chief Executive Officer
of Open Text Corporation 1998 - 2012

John’s strong leadership and focus on collaboration amongst all the participants,
from users to architects to software developers, systems integrators, and user
support has been a great benefit to ... See more

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