Semantic interoperability allows systems to exchange and federate data with universal meaning
As enterprises move from exploration towards proofs-of-concept and beyond, six common challenges to overcome have emerged in order to successfully deploy. Today, we take a look at the lack of secure interoperability for data governance in decentralized databases.
As enterprises move from exploration towards proofs-of-concept and beyond, six common challenges to overcome have emerged in order to successfully deploy. Today, we take a look at the lack of data availability on blockchains for enteprise decision-making and operational use.
How can a blockchain database enhance enterprise data management? If we arm data with security, interoperability, and traceability directly at its core, we can optimize our data for better decision making and secure management across the data value chain.
Blockchain Technology enables end-to-end component lifecycle visibility, trusted data exchange across internal and external MRO (Maintenance, Repair, and Overhaul) stakeholders, and unified operational efficiency across the MRO Value Chain. This results in decreased risk, decreased turn around time, and cost savings for the entire industry.
How can industries thrive in a world that needs immutable data BUT must allow for data modification and deletion?
Current Supply Chains don’t operate at the cadence of business. Blockchain could change that.
Any company looking to learn more about blockchain technology will quickly find that there are different network deployments — Permissioned (where the network is closed to invite-only nodes) and Permissionless (where the network access and participation are publicly available). Which network type makes sense for your use case?