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The DAMA Dictionary of Data Management
If you think enterprise data and geospatial data describe Star Trek episodes, you could use the DAMA Dictionary of Data Management. This glossary contains over 800 terms defining a common data management vocabulary for IT professionals, data stewards and business leaders. It is in pdf format embedded with links for easy navigation between terms, and...
If you think enterprise data and geospatial data describe Star Trek episodes, you could use the DAMA Dictionary of Data Management. This glossary contains over 800 terms defining a common data management vocabulary for IT professionals, data stewards and business leaders. It is in pdf format embedded with links for easy navigation between terms, and delivered to you on CD-ROM. An index is included with the dictionary, which organizes the terms by topic. Topics include: Finance & Accounting Business Marketing & Customer Relationship Management Planning Project Management Knowledge Management Process Management Roles Information Technology Standards Organizations Data Data Management DAMA & Professional Development Data Governance and Stewardship Architecture Data Modeling Normalization Related Modeling and Analysis Databases & Database Design Structured Query Language (SQL) Object-Orientation Software Development Artificial Intelligence XML Development Parallel Database Processing Database Administration Geospatial Data Data Security Management Data Movement & Integration Data Warehousing & Business Intelligence Analytics & Data Mining Multi-dimensional / OLAP Reference & Master Data Management Meta Data Management Data Quality Management Document, Record & Content Management Semantic Modeling Press release: The Data Management Association International (DAMA) Releases DAMA Dictionary of Data Management Industry Takes an Environment-Friendly Stand on Standard DefinitionsDAMA Dictionary of Data Management availability was announced at the DAMA International Symposium & Wilshire Meta Data Conference in San Diego March 16-20, 2008.Over 800 terms defining a common data management vocabulary for IT professionals, data stewards and business leaders.Over 40 topics including finance and accounting, knowledge management, architecture, data modeling, XML, and analytics.Authored by DAMA International, published by Technics Publications, LLC, and edited by Mark Mosley, this dictionary will promote a standard set of data management terms within the field of Information Technology (IT). Mosley says "As the premiere organization for data management professionals, DAMA seeks to lead the data management profession to maturity. One of the hallmarks of a mature profession is a common vocabulary with clearly understood definitions. DAMA offers the Dictionary to a field in great need of clarity in its terminology and semantics. We hope the Dictionary will be a useful tool for data management professionals, IT colleagues, managers, data stewards and business leaders. All these people share responsibility for data management, so it's very important for all parties to speak a common language." Deborah Henderson, President of DAMA International Foundation and VP Education and Research for DAMA International, believes the CD-ROM format will not only be easier to use than the traditional book format, it is also more compact and environmentally responsible. "Publishing this work on CD-ROM saves over 4000 pounds of paper and conservatively 700 pounds of Greenhouse gases."
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