June 06, 2009

 Semantic SOA Governance is a methodology ensuring that business missions are mapped accurately to the Services Oriented Infrastructure and that the services developed are reusable, thus reducing the time and cost of building new applications. Additionally, it facilitates deep analysis of the IT infrastructure in terms of the business operations and enterprise architecture. Two technologies, Semantics and Business Process Management (BPM), when combined with collaboration capabilities produce a dramatic new information management platform incorporating Operational Governance capabilities.

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April 05, 2010

In the face of the iPad being released this weekend, it is worth considering for a moment successful new types of semantic application that merge rich data, clean, simple user interfaces and the context of daily life.

April 05, 2010

Much if not all of the discussion over the past two years in regards to Healthcare Modernization has revolved around the deployment of Electronic Health Records (EHR) systems. Monies were budgeted to EHR adoption in last year’s Stimulus package and more monies will be allocated towards EHR adoption as a result of the recent Healthcare Reform package. So what does this all mean in regards to Intelligent Healthcare and the application of Semantic technology? First we’ll need to take a closer look at EHRs. 

March 29, 2010

In part 1 of the Cyber Security and Semantics series we discussed some of the highlights of how or where semantics may help transform the practice of Cyber Security. To under the full implications of why Semantics and Semantic Technology is so crucial for Cyber Security we need to examine more of the problem space associated with.


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Nicholas Cox, senior program manager with Yahoo, talks with Scott Koegler about integrating semantics with search, and how efforts are showing results in terms of more traffic and more satisfaction for users.


Scott Koegler talks with Peter Sweeney of Primal Fusion about the future of manufactured content. Primal Fusion uses semantic processes to create content for publishers, using diverse sets of articles automatically and on demand.

02.21.10 |

Describing the Semantic Web as a “Web of data” is not too helpful for most people, I have learned.  There’s a lot of talk about it, but for most Web users, the idea described in 1981 by Tim Berners-Lee means little.

02.08.10 |

Peer39: Interview with Amiad Solomon

Founded in 2006 by an innovative group of scientists and engineers, Peer39 was voted by MIT’s Technology Review as one of the Top Ten Web Startups to Watch in 2008.  Semantic Universe editor Tony Shaw recently spoke with Founder and CEO Amiad Solomon about the company’s innovations, the FTC and what we may expect in the future.

07.02.09 |

The official attendance count for SemTech 2009 was 1170 individuals, from the following organizations (note many organizations were represented by multiple attendees).