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Data Observability Use Cases

“Data observability” can be described as the practice of monitoring the “health and state” of data pipelines in your system. This practice encompasses some technologies and activities that enable business operators to identify, examine, and solve data-related problems in near real time. Though organizations rely heavily on accurate and reliable data to make informed decisions, […]

Master Data Management Tools

Master data management uses a combination of tools and business processes to ensure the organization’s master data is complete, accurate, and consistent. Master data describes all the “relatively stable” data that is critical for operating the business. This includes semi-permanent information about products, locations, employees, customers, etc. For example, if a specific customer purchases several products […]

What Are Data Sharing Agreements and Why Are They Important?

Data sharing agreements play a crucial role in today’s interconnected world as global organizations depend on the quick sharing of information for efficient business outcomes. In the simplest terms, data sharing agreements outline the conditions under which data may be shared between parties, with full attention to confidentiality and legal compliance. Legal Requirements and Confidentiality  […]

Elements of a Modern Data Warehouse

Businesses are generating vast amounts of information every second. Traditional data warehouses, which were once considered the gold standard for handling and analyzing large datasets, are struggling to keep up with the rapid pace of data growth and evolving analytics requirements. This has given rise to the concept of modern data warehouse, which provides a […]

Critical Data Elements Explained

The process of identifying critical data elements (CDEs) is a fairly new best practice in Data Governance programs. Software does not yet support the identification process. CDEs may be described as the specific data needed for doing business (requiring high-quality data) or the specific data that is extremely sensitive (requiring good security). These particular data […]

Fundamentals of Data Access Management

Across all industries, and in businesses of all sizes, one thing holds true: The more you know about your customers, the greater your organization’s chances for success. This makes data your company’s most valuable non-human asset. As the revenue potential of data increases, the job of protecting that data becomes more important and more challenging. […]