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Linked Data drives the cultural change of the Enterprise

Just recently, Pascal Hitzler has launched an interesting debate around the question whether there is ‘money in linked data, or not.’

Today I published a blog post in which I tried to point out why there is a lot of money in linked data. For users and for vendors.

In addition to this, here are some thoughts on Linked Data by Michael Gorriz, CIO of Daimler.

On slide #8 Mr. Gorriz states that ‘Linked Data drives the cultural change of the Enterprise’. Sic! Linked Data is more than just a technology. Cultural change is exactly what must happen in our days, otherwise we can shut down our sites pretty soon.

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