Skip to main content
  • Global

Monthly Archives: August 2011

IT sector accused of putting technology above data management

Rachel Wheeler Archive
The IT sector needs to give data management a higher priority, it has been claimed.

Read more

Big data requirements bring demand for information management

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Data management firms will be in demand as big data needs grow, it has been suggested.

Read more

US cities look to technology to engage with residents

Rachel Wheeler Archive
American cities are using technology to improve the customer experience for residents with data updates.

Read more

Personal technology more prevalent in workplaces

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Personal technology is creeping into the workplace, bringing benefits and dangers for data management.

Read more

PCI SSC reveals tokenization guidance

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Tokenization is not sufficient technology for compliance alone, it has been claimed.

Read more

IDC offers web retailers advice for holiday period

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Online retailers have been given some advice on how to make the most of the holiday period.

Read more

Hospital network completes data management overhaul

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Meridian Health has moved to preserve the quality of data used in its clinical research network.

Read more

DIA concerned about data quality safeguards in clinical research

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Further measures need to be taken to insure data quality is protected during clinical research, it is claimed.

Read more

Smartphones boom could mean changes for data management

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Research suggests that use of wireless devices, such as smartphones and tablets, will grow enormously in the next few years.

Read more

Firms urged to select social media channels carefully

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Not all companies are suited to certain types of social media marketing, according to one expert.

Read more