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The benefits case for enterprise asset management (EAM) has been used to justify huge sums in EAM investment. But to understand this reasoning, it is necessary to explore how asset data can be used to further the aims of maintenance.

define technical data  term generally used to define the routine activities to sustain standards of performance throughout the in-service, or operational, part of the asset life cycle. In doing this, the maintenance policy designer needs to take account of a range of factors. These include the complexities of the operating environment, the available resources for performing maintenance, and the ability of the asset to meet its current performance standards. In the past, this would be the extent of the maintenance analysts'' Read More

Four Critical Success Factors to Cleansing Data


Quality data in the supply chain is essential in when information is automated and shared with internal and external customers. Dirty data is a huge impediment to businesses. In this article, learn about the four critical success factors to clean data: 1- scope, 2- team, 3- process, and 4- technology.

define technical data  and Business Owners who define what is needed. If you have internal data tools already implemented, then use them. If you don''t, then don''t run out and buy one just for this project. Implementing a PIM or PDM, is a whole separate project. Most vendors will only import clean data, so you still have to do the hard work first. Not to worry, most any technical analyst can link to tables via ODBC and extract out the data needed for analysis. Most data cleansing vendors have built their own proprietary tools th Read More

Addressing the Complexities of Remote Data Protection


As companies expand operations into new markets, the percentage of total corporate data in remote offices is increasing. Remote offices have unique backup and recovery requirements in order to support a wide range of applications, and to protect against a wide range of risk factors. Discover solutions that help organizations protect remote data and offer extensive data protection and recovery solutions for remote offices.

define technical data  objective (RTO) . To define your RTO requirements, ask yourself, How long can I afford to be without access to this application or data? Again, this can vary depending on the critical nature of each application to your operations. Costs are always a major factor in identifying data protection requirements. In the case of remote offices, you should consider more than just hardware and software costs. If you don''t have experienced IT people in your remote offices, you should understand the impact of your Read More

Understanding the PCI Data Security Standard


The payment card industry data security standard (PCI DSS) defines a comprehensive set of requirements to enhance and enforce payment account data security in a proactive rather than passive way. These include security management, policies, procedures, network architectures, software design, and other protective measures. Get a better understanding of the PCC DSS and learn the costs and benefits of compliance.

define technical data  DSS is designed to define a comprehensive set of requirements to enhance and enforce payment account data security. As such, the PCI DSS covers a broad range of topics, tools, processes and procedures. Requirements within the PCI DSS include security management, policies, procedures, network architectures, software design and other protective measures. This standard is designed to provide proactive rather than passive protection. The PCI Security Standards Council documents 12 specific requirements spread Read More

CMOs Thriving in the Age of Big Data


CRM analyst Raluca Druta interviews TEC’s marketing specialist.Recently, the task of selecting customer relationship management (CRM) software tools appears to reside in the front yard of the chief marketing officer (CMO). Is this a natural evolution of the CMO’s job responsibilities?It makes sense. The CMO is responsible for making the most of the data that passes through the CRM system. But to

define technical data  Are CMOs able to define the specific requirements of their departments regarding CRM or enterprise marketing management (EMM) solutions while having a broad understanding of the CRM/EMM software market? Well, one of the things we see a lot at TEC is that software selection teams simply aren’t aware of what the latest software solutions offer. CRM selection teams are no exception. To get around that, we start by analyzing business requirements and then match them to software features and functions. That Read More

Achieving a Successful Data Migration


The data migration phase can consume up to 40 percent of the budget for an application implementation or upgrade. Without separate metrics for migration, data migration problems can lead an organization to judge the entire project a failure, with the conclusion that the new package or upgrade is faulty--when in fact, the problem lies in the data migration process.

define technical data  set of validation rules defined in the target application, the data load will fail. Bad data in the target application can impact business processes after a go-live and necessitate costly manual fixes. Organizations must establish user confidence in the data. In order to fully trust data, business users want the ability to trace it, to find out where it came from and how it was changed. This requires some form of data lineage capability, such as metadata management. Data profiling, validation, and Read More

Increasing Sales and Reducing Costs across the Supply Chain-Focusing on Data Quality and Master Data Management


Nearly half of all US companies have serious data quality issues. The problem is that most are not thinking about their business data as being valuable. But in reality data has become—in some cases—just as valuable as inventory. The solution to most organizational data challenges today is to combine a strong data quality program with a master data management (MDM) program, helping businesses leverage data as an asset.

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Considerations for Owning versus Outsourcing Data Center Physical Infrastructure


When faced with the decision of upgrading an existing data center, building new, or leasing space in a retail colocation data center, there are both quantitative and qualitative differences to consider. The 10-year TCO may favor upgrading or building over outsourcing; however, this paper demonstrates that the economics may be overwhelmed by a business’ sensitivity to cash flow, cash crossover point, deployment timeframe, data center life expectancy, regulatory requirements, and other strategic factors. This paper discusses how to assess these key factors to help make a sound decision.

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Big Data, Little Data, and Everything in Between—IBM SPSS Solutions Help You Bring Analytics to Everyone


Regardless of the type or scale of business data your users need to harness and analyze, they need a straightforward, visual solution that is easy to use on the front end and highly scalable on the back end. Fortunately, IBM SPSS solutions provide just such an ecosystem that can make different kinds of data stores—from Hadoop to those proverbial spreadsheets—useful sources of business insight and decision support.

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TCO Analysis of a Traditional Data Center vs. a Scalable, Containerized Data Center


Standardized, scalable, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules provide a total cost of ownership (TCO) savings of 30% compared with traditional, built-out data center power and cooling infrastructure. Avoiding overbuilt capacity and scaling the design over time contributes to a significant percentage of the overall savings. This white paper provides a quantitative TCO analysis of the two architectures, and illustrates the key drivers of both the capex and opex savings of the improved architecture.

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Unified Data Management: A Collaboration of Data Disciplines and Business Strategies


In most organizations today, data are managed in isolated silos by independent teams using various data management tools for data quality, integration, governance, and so on. In response to this situation, some organizations are adopting unified data management (UDM), a practice that holistically coordinates teams and integrates tools. This report can help your organization plan and execute effective UDM efforts.

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Business Basics: Unscrubbed Data Is Poisonous Data


Most business software system changes falter--if not fail--because of only a few root causes. Data quality is one of these root causes. The cost of high data quality is low, and the short- and long-term benefits are great.

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Managing Small Data Centers: A Short Guide to Running Secure and Resilient Data Centers for Mid-sized Businesses


To keep your growing business competitive, your data center must be secure, protected against disaster, and available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. But if managing IT is not your core competence, what are your options? A managed service provider (MSP) can help. Learn about the benefits of outsourcing data center management, and make sure your crucial business applications are always available when you need them.

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A Definition of Data Warehousing


There is a great deal of confusion over the meaning of data warehousing. Simply defined, a data warehouse is a place for data, whereas data warehousing describes the process of defining, populating, and using a data warehouse. Creating, populating, and querying a data warehouse typically carries an extremely high price tag, but the return on investment can be substantial. Over 95% of the Fortune 1000 have a data warehouse initiative underway in some form.

define technical data  in 1990, which he defined in the following way: A warehouse is a subject-oriented, integrated, time-variant and non-volatile collection of data in support of management''s decision making process . He defined the terms in the sentence as follows: Subject Oriented: Data that gives information about a particular subject instead of about a company''s ongoing operations. Integrated: Data that is gathered into the data warehouse from a variety of sources and merged into a coherent whole. Time-variant: All data Read More