EMC and Big Data- Observations from EMC World 2011

I attended EMC’s User Conference last week in Las Vegas. The theme of the event was Big Data meets the Cloud. So, what’s going on with Big Data and EMC? Does this new strategy make sense? EMC acquired Greenplum in 2010. At the time EMC described Greenplum as a “shared nothing, massively parallel processing (MPP) … Continue reading EMC and Big Data- Observations from EMC World 2011

Five vendors committed to content analytics for ECM

In 2007, Hurwitz & Associates fielded one of the first market studies on text analytics. At that time, text analytics was considered to be more of a natural extension to a business intelligence system than a content management system. However, in that study, we asked respondents who were planning to use the software, whether they … Continue reading Five vendors committed to content analytics for ECM

Threats to the American Justice System – Can Enterprise Content Management Help?

I was at the EMC writer’s conference  this past Friday, speaking on Text Analytics and ECM.  The idea behind the conference is very cool.  EMC brings together writers and bloggers, from all over the world, to discuss topics relevant to content management.  All of the sessions were great.  We discussed Cloud, Web 2.0, Sharepoint, Text … Continue reading Threats to the American Justice System – Can Enterprise Content Management Help?

Text Analytics Meets Enterprise Content Management

Late last summer, Hurwitz & Associates published a report on Text Analytics.  As part of the report we surveyed companies that had deployed the technology, were planning to deploy the technology, or had no plans to deploy text analytics.  We asked companies planning to deploy text analytics solutions whether they planned to integrate it with … Continue reading Text Analytics Meets Enterprise Content Management