It’s Not All Semantics: Understanding Semantic Web Technology
It’s ironic, but the term “semantic technology” isn’t well defined and can be used by different vendors to mean completely different things. In part two of this interview, Lee Feigenbaum explains how Semantic Web technology is changing data integration.
How Semantic Web Technology Makes Data Integration, Reporting Easier
Semantic Web technology makes data integration more flexible, reducing a lot of the work previously required for new integration and for revamping databases, according to Lee Feigenbaum, Vice President of marketing and technology for Cambridge Semantics.
Big Pharma Tracks Competition with Semantic Web Tools
“Enterprises continue to struggle to know what data they actually have and what it really means,” said Sean Martin, Cambridge Semantics’ Chief Technology Officer. “This is increasingly difficult given the myriad of distinct – and growing number of – data sources, the endless diversity of data models and formats, and the relative inflexibility of the software tools,” he said.
Cambridge Semantics Tackles Compliance Challenges – And Semantic Education Ones …
In addition to announcing its compliance solution, Cambridge yesterday launched a new web site called Semantic University. It aims to be the education spot for semantic technology, taking a vendor-agnostic approach to getting semantic web wanna-bes up to speed.