Posts Tagged ‘results’

Concept Searching Metadata Survey Results Indicate Search is Not an Information Governance Consideration

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McLean, VA, US and Stevenage, UK (PRWEB) March 03, 2014– Concept Searching, the global leader in semantic metadata generation, auto-classification, and taxonomy management software, and developer of the Smart Content Framework™, has completed its annual SharePoint Metadata Survey and based on responses although search is important, it is not viewed as a key component in Information Governance.

 

The Concept Searching second annual survey was completed by close to 400 organizations using SharePoint and the objective was to determine how organizations are using metadata and/or the SharePoint Term Store to manage unstructured content. The survey questions sought to solicit feedback on how, or if, organizations were using metadata to drive applications such as search, records management, protection of privacy and confidential information, migration, and to a lesser extent applications such as text analytics, collaboration, and social content. The white paper containing the detailed results will be published in late March. Read more

EMC Surveys Data Science Community, Finds Lack of Effective Data Use

The EMC Corporation has revealed the findings of the largest-ever survey of the global data science community: “Spanning the United States, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, India and China, the EMC Data Science Study reveals and quantifies a rampant scarcity across the globe for the prerequisite skills necessary for a company to capitalize on the opportunities found at the intersection of Big Data and data analytics.  Only one-third of companies are able to effectively use new data to assist their business decision-making, gain competitive advantage, drive productivity growth, yield innovation and reveal customer insights.” Read more

Open Data Challenge a Great Success

GovLoop recently reported the results of the Open Data Challenge 2011 and commented on the importance of such events. According to the article, “The Open Data Challenge 2011 was the largest ever open data competition in Europe, in which there was a large cash prize. Over 430 participants from 24 EU Member States attempting to create the most interactive and influential apps using public sector information to reinvent the way we govern and live in our community. The organisers behind this successful initiative, the Open Knowledge Foundation, wish to provide insight into mashed open data combined with creative ideas to make data relevant, aid people’s journey through the jungle of online data and offer services that could become a part of every day life.” Read more

Survey Results Paint a Promising Picture for the Future of Controlled Vocabularies

The results of the survey “Do controlled vocabularies matter?” are in. We covered some preliminary findings of the survey a few weeks back, and now the complete
findings are available for download here. An article on the findings states, “Over 150 participants from 27 countries draw a picture of the current and future usage
behaviour in the realm of controlled vocabularies.”

One of the survey questions was, “Do you thing enterprises and other organizations can significantly benefit from using Linked Data?” Read more

Controlled Vocabularies Survey Touts Data Integration

We recently reported on a survey being conducted on the topic of controlled vocabularies. So far, 143 participants have given their feedback and the initial results of the survey are in. One article writer was surprised by the answer to the survey question, “What are the main application areas of controlled vocabularies from your perspective?”

The article states, “A bit surprising is the intermediate result, that it´s not ‘Semantic Search’ or ‘Support of multilingual applications’ which was considered to be the most important application. Instead of this it turned out that ‘Data Integration’ is king.” Over 57% of respondents rated data integration as “very important” while only 2.1% rated it as “not relevant.” Read more