Prof. A. Min Tjoa
Title: Towards a business value framework for Linked Enterprise DataAbstract
In light of new industry trends and ICT-developments enterprises face an unprecedented amount of data, produced on a daily basis by countless in-house and external ICT-applications and stakeholders. Gaining valuable infor-mation and business-insights out of these masses of data has become a true chal-lenge. At the same time, traditional data warehouse and content management sys-tems, involving data silos, relational databases and data warehouses are reaching their limits. Linked Data and Semantic Web Technologies offer a new approach to Enterprise Content Management. Based on graph-based data models and se-mantic models to establish logical connections between data sources, enterprises can build Linked Enterprise Data Networks (LEDN), incorporating both internal and/or external data sources and allowing users to retrieve documents, infor-mation and datasets across entire organizations in a fast and easy manner. To out-line the potentials of Linked Enterprise Data Networks we present a framework of relevant business values and aspects to be considered by entrepreneurs, when implementing Linked Data technologies in their business.Short Bio
A Min Tjoa is full professor at the Vienna University of Technology at the Institute for Software Technology and Interactive Systems. He was guest professor at the University of Zurich, the Technical University in Lausanne, Czech Technical University in Prague, National Institute of Informatics (Tokyo) and the University of Kyushu. He was the president of the Austrian Computer Society from 1999 to 2003. Since 2008 he has been the Austrian delegate for the United Nations Committee of Science and Technology Development (CSTD). He has been elected to Vice-Chairperson of UN-CSTD for 2015/16, 2016/2017, 2017/2018. Currently he holds also the position of a chairperson at the Austrian National Competence Center for Excellent Technologies (COMET- Competence Center for Excellent Technology) in the field of IT-Security (SBA). He is also Chief Scientific Officer of the COMET-Center for Software and Data Science (SCCH). Since 2012 he has been member of the Executive Committee of the International Federation of Information Processing (IFIP) and is currently also its Honorary Secretary. He is the chairperson of the IFIP-Working Group “Enterprise Information Systems”. He is the Vice-President of Infoterm (International Information Center for Terminology). He has been awarded the Honorary Doctoral degree (Doctor Honoris Causa) from the Czech University of Technology in Prague for his research work and the Honorary Professor title from Hue University, Vietnam. He has published more than 250 peer reviewed articles in journals and conferences. His main research interests are in Business Intelligence, Semantic Web, IT-Security & Privacy, and Linked Open Data.
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