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Posted by Kristi Lee-John on March 2, 2017

We fielded several questions as part of our recent webinar, Reference Data Management in TopBraid Enterprise Data Governance. The webinar focused on how to start a data governance initiative with reference data management and how to expand at your own … Read More »

Posted by Jesse Lambert on February 8, 2017

Many organizations come to us looking for a search capability to better enable their business and eliminate the data stovepipe syndrome (think isolated, disparate and yet related data). One customer example is a large, public financial institution that we are … Read More »

Posted by Irene Polikoff on January 4, 2017

We valued and enjoyed our discussions with several chief data officers and other data governance professionals at the CDO Summit 2016, NYC in December – so navigating the inevitable holiday crowds in Manhattan proved to be worth it. These conversations … Read More »

Posted by Irene Polikoff on November 10, 2016

Thanks to everyone who attended our first in a series of TopBraid Enterprise Data Governance (EDG) webinars. We demonstrated how a standards-based approach to data governance supports the diversity and rate of change that define today's complex data ecosystems. The webinar … Read More »

Posted by Ankur Oberai on October 26, 2016

Why is data governance important? I’m sure this isn’t the first time you’ve seen this question recently – most likely as a headline for an article, webinar or whitepaper.  Chances are the answers to this question have been quite varied, … Read More »

Posted by Robert Coyne on October 10, 2016

It’s no surprise that most of the buzz at the recent Data Governance Financial Services Conference in New Jersey was focused on the increasing demands that the industry faces in fulfilling regulatory requirements. The challenges we heard from attendees on … Read More »

Posted by Holger Knublauch on September 12, 2016

The Shapes Constraint Language (SHACL) is an in-progress W3C standard enabling the specification of rich data constraints as part of semantic data models, both for RDFS/OWL ontologies and native SHACL shapes. Think of SHACL as doing for RDF data what XML … Read More »

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