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How Data Integration Joined the Music Hit Charts

Integrating data and metadata to create increased interlinking and integrated services to engage audiences
“We are at a crossroads in the music business: with the rise of the internet, the world we live in has changed, and the past is not coming back. But I see the glass as half-full: the internet and social networking are new avenue

Linked Data Innovation – A Key To Foster Business Growth

Linked Open Data Sets
  ‘Data is the new oil’, once said Neelie Kroes,  former Vice-President of the European Commission responsible for the Digital Agenda, aptly describing how the growing amounts of data are changing businesses and o

Data Integration: Joining the Data Pieces of Your Business Puzzle

While it is a no-brainer that the better connected and communicating the units of a business, the more competitive, agile and successful it is, when it comes to enterprise data integration, the value of connectivity often remains

Cooking Up the Semantic Web

How is the Semantic Web vision unfolding and what does it take for the Web to fully reach its potential and evolve from a Web of Documents to a Web of Data through universal data representation standards.

Building Linked Data Bridges To Fish In Data Lakes

Needed Data in a Data Lake

How to create more powerful and useful insights from data lakes with Linked Data

Practical Big Data Analytics For Financials

Putting Big Data Analytics into Finance Practice

The financial services industry has had to weather quite a few headwinds since the 2008 global crisis took its toll on the sector. Using big data to improve risk management, detect fraud and track consumer behaviour involves data from various sources — including location, shopping patterns and previous transactions — to flag inconsistencies and take immediate actions. The benefits are ranging from keeping up with compliance standards and increase customer satisfaction to revenue increase.

Text Mining to Triplestores – The Full Semantic Circle

Text mining in the cloud
In the not too distant past, analysts were all searching for a “360 degree view of their data”.  Most of the time this phrase referred to integrated RDBMS data, analytics interfaces and customers.  But with the onslaught of

Why are graph databases hot? Because they tell a story…

Graph databases store connections
Graph databases like GraphDB™ are popular for a variety of reasons. They make it easy to import data without creating complex schemas. They store relationships extracted from unstructured data. You can combine Linked Open Data w

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