In the age of self-service business intelligence, nearly every company considers itself a data-driven company, but not every company is treating their data architecture with the level of democratization and scalability it deserves. InfoWorld brought this interesting information to our attention in their article, “How to explain data meshes, fabrics, and clouds.”
CEOs know what a database is and probably think a data warehouse is a large data vault used for reporting and analytics. They know little about NoSQL data stores or how data lakes are used to ingest structured and unstructured data. Meanwhile, the data teams working for them wish for an easier way to manage the growing needs of the organization.
Data technology has exploded since the early web days. Anyone working with data should be prepared to explain the most critical technologies and practices in accessible language.
Making data accessible is something we know. Whatever the search, it is important to have a comprehensive search feature and quality indexing against a standards-based taxonomy. Choose the right partner in technology, especially when your content is in their hands. Access Innovations is known as a leader in database production, standards development, and creating and applying taxonomies.
Melody K. Smith
Sponsored by Access Innovations, changing search to found.