Data Management

Data is the lifeblood of an organization and a valuable enterprise asset. It provides the foundation on which to base critical and everyday business decisions. It is, therefore, essential that decision makers can access and depend on quality data to operate confidently in a high-performance environment.


Infosat Corp.'s Data Management & Architecture group addresses how an organization manages data across its entire lifecycle—helping clients ensure that data is available, accurate, complete and secure across the enterprise and with business partners. Effective data management enables better management decisions, reduces risks and enhances productivity and operational efficiency.



Successful data management requires much more than investment in technology—it also involves putting the processes and people in place to manage all aspects of the data lifecycle. Learn how Infosat Corp.'s services address each of the key areas of data management and architecture.

Client Successes

Since the early 1990s, Infosat Corp. has helped hundreds of clients transform the way they use information to drive business performance. Learn how we are working with clients in the data management area.

Research and Insights

From points of view on hot topics such as data quality or Master Data Management to research with CIOs into their views on the importance of data management for high performance, learn about our latest research and insights in the field of data management and architecture.


What's New

Data Mangement
PineApple Research continues to explore exciting directions in database research to address emerging requirements in several new areas including scaling RDBMSs read more...
Visual Design
High Quality Visualization is the process of representing data as descriptive images and, subsequently, interacting with these images read more
Communication & Networking
PineApple Research has had a long history of significant contributions in the field of communications and networking. Our current and past research activities explore wide-ranging issues in signal processing, optical networking, wireless networking, read more