Future of Information Management

408 – PANEL: The Great Divide: Bridging Structured and Unstructured Data


May 2, 2017 10:30 am - 11:20 am

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Joe Shepley
Jon Carlson

Bringing together structured and unstructured data has been the holy grail for most organizations over the last five years. While most firms are still struggling to figure out how to do so effectively, some firms are doing it well. This session will showcase how one organization is beginning to bridge the divide between structured and unstructured data to get more value out of their information.

You’ll return to your organization with:

  • An awareness of why most organizations manage structured and unstructured data in silos
  • An understanding of why this traditional approach will fail if the goal is to reduce risk, add value and remain compliant
  • Strategies to leverage the best of both (structured and unstructured) worlds for a better enterprise experience


Tags:
Data Management, Information Management, Unstructured Data, Structured Data