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Most of our published research can be found in a collection of blogs. (Much of the rest can be found in a series of in-depth white papers.) We encourage readers to subscribe to our full, integrated feed, as topic areas can be spread across multiple blogs. For example, we’ve covered data mining on each of Text Technologies, DBMS2, and the Monash Report.

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If you just want to be notified of our white papers, webcasts, and blog highlights, we offer a low-volume highlights-notification feed too.

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Blog-specific feeds

Alternatively, we have separate websites and feeds for each of our topical blogs.


DBMS2 covers enterprise data management and analytic technologies and practices. It is an industry leader in its coverage of data warehouse appliances, complex event processing, and other advanced or disruptive technologies.

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Text Technologies

Text Technologies covers text analytics and/or linguistics-based technologies, such as text mining (where it is a consensus industry leader) and search. It also offers insight into social media and internet communication in general.

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Strategic Messaging

Strategic Messaging covers the theory and practice of marketing. In particular, it discusses strategic marketing and positioning, and the messaging that supports and creates them.

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The Monash Report

The Monash Report covers a variety of subjects in the technology, business, and public policy of IT.

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Software Memories

Software Memories records history and anecdotes of the software industry over the past 25-40 years, with a particular focus on the 1980s. It is less active than our other blogs.

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