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Directing a Flood of U.S. Sanctions with Collaborative Knowledge Graphs

In our last article, we talked abstractly about the danger of the human-based knowledge graph. The idea that knowledge workers, in their endless struggle to make sense of their organization’s data at the pace demanded of them, find that there’s no common ground to gather, collaborate on, or share their knowledge. In response, they end Read the full article…

Data in the enterprise today is a bi-directional, always-flowing, continuously changing business asset and every enterprise should use a graph database to get more value from their existing data. Yet data remains largely segmented and disconnected. For enterprises to begin converting their data into business value this data must be connected, understood and acted upon.