Wednesday, July 1, 2009

Extracting conent from the www

As more and more information become available on the
WorldWideWeb, the tools for collecting, organizing, and sharing this digital
content become a lot more sophisticated than before.

Most institutions rely pretty heavily on internal as well as external data for decision-making processes for their businesses. While internal data ideally is well-formed and easily accessible, external data on the other hand may be found from different sources and more often requires precious time and effort to be gathered.

Data Extractor applications easily gathers and combines information from internal and external sources like databases and web pages which makes them a powerful and cost-effective service for data extraction. The resulting database can be imported into your own system, viewed in applications. One of the many ways to extract this content from cyberspace is to use a Web Content Extractor. I noticed one provided by Mozenda, a SaaS company. You could visit them to get full-service options.

On a side note, the Nokia N97 should be in by the end of this week, provided nothing untoward crops up.

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the Cloud said...

Wow, that is one of the coolest things I have seen in a long time.
Are their other companies offering this kind of thing? Thanks for sharing this. Got my head spinning with possibilities.

DiLin Anand said...

hehee, yea

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