By William H. Inmon, Bonnie O'Neil, Lowell Fryman
Humans have a troublesome time speaking, and now have a troublesome time discovering enterprise wisdom within the setting. With the sophistication of seek applied sciences like Google, company humans anticipate with a purpose to get their questions spoke back concerning the company similar to you are able to do a web seek. in truth, wisdom administration is primitive this day, and it's for the reason that we've got terrible company metadata administration. This publication is set all of the basis precious for IT to actually aid the company appropriately. by way of offering not only facts, however the context at the back of the information. For the IT specialist, it will likely be tactically practical--very "how to" and an in depth method of enforcing top practices assisting wisdom administration. And for the the IT or different supervisor who wishes a advisor for developing and justifying tasks, it is going to aid offer a strategic map. * First ebook that is helping companies seize company (human) wisdom and unstructured information, and provide strategies for codifying it to be used in IT and management.* Written through invoice Inmon, one of many fathers of the knowledge warehouse and famous writer, and jam-packed with conflict tales, examples, and circumstances from present projects.* Very functional, features a whole metadata acquisition technique and undertaking plan to lead readers each step of the way.* contains pattern unstructured metadata to be used in self-testing and constructing abilities.
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4. 5. 6. 7. 35 CHAPTER 2 The Value of Business Metadata Management Introduction This chapter provides an overview of the value of metadata in general and business metadata in particular. Later in the book, we provide more detailed descriptions of many of the value components touched lightly on in this chapter. For instance, one of the values of business metadata is that it helps businesspeople find documents such as policy and procedure manuals. We devote an entire chapter to Search in Chapter 4.
8. 9. 38 Who Is Responsible for Business Metadata? 1 Business Metadata Stewardship Introduction Chapters 1 and 2 have established that business metadata is much broader than, and quite different from, the structured technical metadata that we have historically captured in our technical application implementations. Now that we have presented the definition of business metadata and discussed its value to the enterprise, this chapter will introduce some of the organizational options and challenges for managing business metadata.
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Business Metadata: Capturing Enterprise Knowledge by William H. Inmon, Bonnie O'Neil, Lowell Fryman