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Data Governance


Data Governance and Strategy for the Global Enterprise

While the word “data” has been common since the 1940s, managing data’s growth, current use, and regulation is a relatively new frontier. Governments and enterprises are working hard today to figure out the structures and regulations needed around data collection and use. According to Gartner, by 2023 65% of the world’s population will have their personal data covered under modern privacy regulations.


Demystifying the Data Governance Framework

Data governance is a set of rules, processes, role delegations, and responsibilities that clearly define data quality, accessibility, data security, and regulatory compliance for an organization’s enterprise data management. You are most probably already applying some sort of a data governance program - setting up rules for the management of data and acceptable use of data assets.


What is Data Governance?

Data governance is a complex topic. In a nutshell, it refers to the aspect of data management concerning an organization's ability to ensure (A) that high data quality exists throughout the complete data lifecycle, and (B) that sufficient data controls are in place to support business objectives. In practice, data governance is the collection of processes, roles, policies, and standards that ensure a balance between access and control for information throughout an organization.


Accelerate Insight with Proactive Data Governance Practices

Becoming a data-driven organization is not exactly getting any easier. Businesses are flooded with ever more data. Although it is true that more data enables more insight, the effort needed to separate the wheat from the chaff grows exponentially. Doing so and truly understanding the data is more important than ever, especially when data privacy regulations are tightening.

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Leveraging Automation Technologies for Data Governance

Modern Data Foundation for AI-Driven Results The following is Part II of a three-part series. In Part I of this series, I noted the following: “With just a few clicks on my smart device, I can review data on every place I’ve been, how much I spent, each step I took, what the weather was like and who I was with. Businesses collect the same abundance of data. However, are we getting the benefit and insights from what’s collected?