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Feb 2 EEDL Webinar: Is Enterprise Data Literacy Possible?

DATE: February 2, 2023 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar Enterprise data literacy. A worthy objective? Certainly! A realistic goal? That remains to be seen. As companies consider investing in data literacy education, questions arise about its value and purpose.…

Feb 7 Webinar: How a Semantic Layer Makes Data Mesh Work At Scale

DATE: February 7, 2023 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar Data Mesh is a trending approach to building a decentralized data architecture by leveraging a domain-oriented, self-service design. However, the pure definition of Data Mesh…

Latest Blogs by Industry Experts

Making Data FAIR for All

Read more about author Dean Allemang. It is tempting, when pursuing a project that requires heavy use of data, to focus just on that particular project. Collect or locate the data needed to answer the question at hand, work out the conclusions based on that data, act on the conclusions, and discard the data. But there has been a growing awareness, both in scientific investigation and in business, that this…

2023: Mitigating Data Debt by Knowing or by Guessing?

Read more about author Thomas Frisendal. One of the newer data buzzwords is “data debt.” Actually, it is approximately 10 years old, and it became popular ever since agile people realized that postponing things creates not only technical debt, but certainly also data debt. Will we, in 2023, be better at not creating so much data debt, and will it be because we can come to know stuff easier (knowledge graphs) or…

Data Privacy Day Is Here – Why Organizations Should Care

Read more about author Alec Nuñez. Data Privacy Day is celebrated on January 28th each year in the United States, Canada, and 49 other countries in an international effort to raise awareness around data privacy. It is meant to commemorate the 1981 signing of Convention 108, the first international, legally binding treaty surrounding data and privacy protection, but it is more impactful now than ever. Technology has been advancing rapidly, and…

How Reverse ETL Powers Modern Customer Marketing: Concrete Examples

Read more about author Petr Nemeth. How often do you take the time to fill out feedback forms or surveys about the products and services you use? If you’re part of a customer marketing team, you know that most people would say “not very often.” This is precisely the plight of the average customer marketer. Up until recently, feedback forms and surveys have been the primary method for measuring customer…

Recent Articles

Data Mesh Architecture Benefits and Challenges

ThoughtWorks consultant Zhamak Dehghani created the concept of data mesh as a self-serve, domain-oriented design that later evolved into a data-as-a-product design. By integrating and analyzing data from disconnected systems…

Data Analytics and BI Trends in 2023

As we enter 2023, it is a good time to explore the biggest data analytics and BI trends for this new year. This article will look at the top 12 trends in…

Developing a Successful Data Science Project

While Data Science practitioners, aspirants, and enthusiasts often get caught up in the business benefits of Data Science, it is equally important to keep a close watch on the common…

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What Is a Data Catalog?

A data catalog centralizes access to all of an organization’s available data assets through…

What Is Data Management?

Data Management is a comprehensive collection of practices, concepts, and processes dedicated to leveraging…

What Is Data Modeling?

Data models document Data Architecture, aligning core business rules with data definitions. In addition,…

What Is Data Strategy?

Data Strategy describes a “set of choices and decisions that together, chart a high-level…

What Is Data Governance?

Data Governance (DG) is a collection of components – data, roles, processes, communications, metrics,…

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