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Transforming National Companies (Part 5) – Data Management Framework, by Gizat Makhanov

Part 5 in our series on building a data management program from scratch in Kazakhstan

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Transforming National Companies (Part 4) – No Change Management? No Data Management, by Dmitrii Kovalchuk

Part 4 in Dmitrii Kovalchuk’s excellent series on building a data management program from scratch in Kazakhstan

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Transforming National Companies (Part 3) – In Search of MDM Integrators, by Dmitrii Kovalchuk

Part 3 in Dmitrii Kovalchuk’s series on building a data management program from scratch in Kazakhstan

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Transforming National Companies (Part 2) – Enterprise Data Architecture, by Dmitrii Kovalchuk

Part 2 in Dmitrii Kovalchuk’s series on building a data management program in Kazakhstan

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Transforming National Companies (Part 1) by Dmitrii Kovalchuk

A new series on building a data management program in Kazakhstan

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Hub Designs, Gartner EI-MDM Summit 2014

Gartner EI-MDM Summit 2014

Gartner Enterprise Information and Master Data Management Summit

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Hub Designs & Stibo Systems Offers Exclusive Discount Code to Upcoming Gartner MDM Summit

Save $300 Registering For Gartner MDM Summit

Hub Designs and Stibo Systems are pleased to offer a $300 discount on the upcoming Gartner MDM Summit

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Data Scientists

Being a Data Scientist by Carla Gentry

A timely article from Carla Gentry on what it’s like to be a data scientist

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Extreme Information Management

Extreme Information Management

A “live blog” of Mark Beyer’s “Extreme Information Management” session at the Gartner MDM Summit 2012

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Arctic Ocean

The System of Record in MDM, by Dalton Cervo

Today’s guest article is by Dalton Cervo, the co-author of a great new book titled Master Data Management in Practice – Achieving True Customer MDM.

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Managing Complexity by Michael Heiss

Getting Started with Data Governance, Part 2

Third article in an ongoing series on Data Governance sponsored by SAP

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Data Governance

Getting Started with Data Governance, Part 1

Second article in an ongoing series on Data Governance sponsored by SAP

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Data Governance

Why Govern Master Data?

The most important thing about data governance is to “start from where you are”.

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Data Management: Reaching into the Cloud, by Julie Hunt

In a new form of “shadow IT”, Line-of-Business (LOB) groups have been turning to cloud-based services to quickly set up technology solutions that support their business needs and objectives.

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Arctic Ocean

The System of Record in MDM, by Dalton Cervo

Today’s guest article is by Dalton Cervo, the co-author of a great new book titled Master Data Management in Practice – Achieving True Customer MDM.

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Managing Complexity by Michael Heiss

Getting Started with Data Governance, Part 2

Third article in an ongoing series on Data Governance sponsored by SAP

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Data Governance

Getting Started with Data Governance, Part 1

Second article in an ongoing series on Data Governance sponsored by SAP

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Oracle MDM

Oracle 2011 MDM Strategy and Roadmap

Manoj Tahiliani of Oracle presented at OAUG COLLABORATE 11

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The Strategic Nature of MDM According to Oracle

David Butler’s presentation at the OAUG COLLABORATE 11 conference

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Why Govern Master Data?

The most important thing about data governance is to “start from where you are”.

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Orchestra Networks Recognized by BNP Paribas

I spoke today with Christophe Barriolade, CEO of Orchestra Networks. His firm was just recognized by BNP Paribas, the largest bank in Europe and one of Orchestra’s biggest customers, for their contributions to BNP Paribas’ master data management (MDM) strategy. BNP Paribas took the unusual step of communicating on its corporate web site about their MDM strategy, and recognizing Orchestra Networks as its IT solutions developer and development partner.

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MDM Community Member’s Survey

Hub Solution Designs sponsors The MDM Community, a social network and online community for master data management and data governance practitioners, with over 420 members from 34 countries. A member of that community, Mohd Khairi, reached out to me recently for help in his research. He’s collecting data about MDM architectural models for his Ph.D. dissertation. He’s put together some questions in the form of a survey. He’s already gotten some responses on the The MDM Community, which was great, but I thought we’d open it up to all of our readers here, in order to give him a better sample size for his research.

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Data Modeling

Latest Article in Information Management Magazine

The January/February 2011 issue of Information Management magazine is out, and my column is titled “Data Modeling: The Lingua Franca of a Successful MDM Effort”. Here’s a brief excerpt from the article: There are two types of master data management platforms available today: those with prebuilt data models developed by the software vendor and those […]

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Hub Designs Blog’s Top 10 for 2010

Inspired by Crysta Anderson from Initiate, who put together IBM’s Mastering Data Management blog Top 10 Posts of 2010, I decided to put together a similar “Top Ten Posts of 2010” for the Hub Designs Blog. In our holiday greetings article, Thank You To Our Readers, we covered some of the top articles from the […]

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Cloud Computing Growth

Moving MDM into the Cloud

This article was originally published in The Data Warehousing Institute’s FlashPoint newsletter. Whether you call it software-as-a-service or cloud computing, deploying enterprise applications via the Internet continues to gain momentum. In fact, pioneers such as Amazon, Google, Rackspace, Salesforce.com, and NetSuite have experienced rapid growth in demand, despite global economic uncertainty. Although we’re still in […]

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Enterprise Data Governance

Hub Designs Becomes Member of MDM Alliance Group

Recently, Hub Designs became a member of the MDM Alliance Group (MAG). MAG is a not-for-profit community, founded by Pierre Bonnet, of users, software vendors, consultants and systems integrators who jointly invest their time and intellectual property in the development of a common best practice and procedure approach for the successful and sustainable implementation of Master Data […]

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Wide Open Spaces – Architecting for the Cloud

Introduction to the Tuple Space (Space based Architecture) pattern model that combines and integrates distributed caching (Data Grid), content-based distributed messaging (Messaging Grid), and parallel processing (Processing Grid) into a powerful service oriented architecture built on shared spaces within a grid computing framework.

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