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Perna, Janet ; Data Management, Software Group, USA ; Spector, Alfred

The opportunity presented by unstructured information management (UIM) is enormous, and we believe it will significantly change not only our industry but society as well over the next decade. Database technology fundamentally changed the way our customers did business, enabling the management of every aspect of their operations in a coordinated and integrated fashion through access to structured data. UIM will extend that impact by unlocking the value that is captured but underutilized in unstructured information.

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IBM Systems Journal  (Volume:43 ,  Issue: 3 )