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A data governance initiative will maximize the security, quality and value of data, all of which build customer trust. Without data, modern business would cease to function. Data helps guide decisions about products and services, makes it easier to identify customers, and serves as the foundation for everything businesses do today. The problem for many organizations...

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Executive business intelligence (BI) reporting can be incomplete, inconsistent and/or inaccurate, becoming a critical concern for the executive management team trying to make informed business decisions. When issues arise, it is up to the IT department to figure out what the problem is, where it occurred, and how to fix it. This is not a trivial...

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Data governance (DG) is one of the fastest growing disciplines, yet when it comes to defining data governance many organizations struggle. Dataversity says DG is “the practices and processes which help to ensure the formal management of data assets within an organization.” These practices and processes can vary, depending on an organization’s needs. Therefore, when...

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There are many factors driving data governance adoption, as revealed in erwin’s State of Data Governance Report. Over the coming weeks, we’ll be exploring them in detail, starting with regulatory compliance. By Michael Pastore Almost every organization views data governance as important, so why don’t they all have it in place? Modern organizations run on...

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The five pillars of data governance readiness should be the starting point for implementing or revamping any DG initiative. In a recent CSO Magazine article, “Why data governance should be corporate policy,” the author states: “Data is like water, and water is a fundamental resource for life, so data is an essential resource for the...

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