Federal and State Government agencies are inundated with data overload issues, where leaders, analysts, and users have so much data, they are unable to understand it well enough to make timely, informed decisions. Data management systems organize data such that users can easily access and understand it. However, legacy enterprise data management strategies, and specifically enterprise data warehouses, data marts, and big data lakes, have failed to deliver the intelligence that users require to resolve the data overload issues.
Cambridge Semantics Inc. has a heritage steeped in applying semantic technologies and graph databases to information management issues. We have leveraged these technologies to create the Anzo®. This platform enables timely, self-serve analysis on large collections of context-rich, dissimilar data in a scalable, interoperable, and secure ecosystem while at the same time delivering governance, provenance, and low total cost of ownership.
This on-demand webinar is for Federal CIOs and staff that are researching enterprise data management and mining tools and will help them understand how Anzo enable a viable mechanism for addressing their top priorities.
Delve into cyber-security risk management issues by correlating and contextualizing cyber events to their effect on agency mission operations.
Aggregate agency spending data and other operational data to discover patterns of efficiency and inefficiency.
Analyze citizen support tickets and mission gap analysis to discover potential new mission services.
Enrich existing Government open data with explicitly defined links across open data sets.
The U.S. government has come a long way in making data open to enhance transparency for all citizens but the government should consider making data smart, too. Read this blogpost to learn more.
Download this whitepaper to learn how the Anzo can help Federal Government agencies gain better insight into security and risk management issues, optimize operational efficiencies, innovate mission services, improve business efficiencies, and enhance data sharing.
In this blogpost we discuss a recent speech by Mary Jo White, chair of the SEC, about how the use of data analytics has contributed to a dramatic rise in investigations of insider trading and how our platform can assist in these investigations.