Information Silo


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A stack of data in a specific discipline without cross-talk with other disciplines, such that one discipline may not understand others when using their terminology
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Many have made the mistake of taking a website development route, which has simply created another information silo.
EHS Today was created for the EHS manager of the 21st century - one who can't be satisfied with an information silo but needs a comprehensive source of news and knowledge that is easily accessible in print or online," said Sandy Smith, chief editor of EHS Today.
The technology builds trust by preventing manipulation of records of historical events, reduces costs, information silos, overheads, and unnecessary middlemen, and accelerates transaction executions to near real time instead of days and weeks, said MacGregor.
8x8 eliminates information silos to expose vital, real-time intelligence across multiple clouds, applications and devices to improve individual and team productivity, business performance and customer experience.
Monetary aims to eliminate the information silos caused by data collection from numerous independent applications by simplifying integration and synchronization of data from multiple channels to provide the business intelligence necessary to create a better customer experience and increase revenues.
M-Files eliminates information silos and provides quick and easy access to the right content from any core business system and device.
Multiple information silos not only increase the attack surface of the organization, they also can negatively impact user productivity.
Additional information silos, with the subsequent risk of a spaghetti-style point-to-point architecture.
The old problem it tries to solve is information silos.
By bringing to market the tightest integration of CRS and PMS, PAR Springer-Miller has eliminated information silos and established a single platform for absolute room and rate parity.
Given the variability and complexity of today's information landscape," IDG wrote, "many companies find themselves dealing with distinct and nonintegrated information silos.
This new IBM system, with Big Data analytics, social programme management functionality and advanced security capabilities, is expected to reduce cumbersome processes that exist across numerous and disparate information silos.
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