The Leader’s Data Manifesto: Time to Focus on Why Data Management Matters

The Leader’s Data Manifesto, originally unveiled at the Enterprise Data World 2017 Conference, continues to generate attention from data professionals. The Manifesto counts hundreds of signatories at this point, expressing their support of its vision for data and information to be truly valued and managed as a business asset. Signers-on include Data Quality managers, Chief […]

Dawn of the Chief Digital Officer

The term “CDO” has typically refered to Chief Data Officer. But some industry leaders make the case for revising it to mean Chief Digital Officer. One of them is Langley Eide, Chief Strategy Officer at Data Science and Analytics platform vendor Alteryx. A Chief Digital Officer title, she says, “leans forward into digital transformation,” and […]

Data Strategy Trends in 2018

As the calendar page has turned to 2018, a sound Data Strategy remains a goal for many companies, but still somewhat elusive. “2017 underscored just how fundamental, and fundamentally difficult, the changes needed to manage data assets/become data-driven really are,” says Thomas C. Redman, president of Data Quality Solutions. The fact that only 3% of […]

2017 DATAVERSITY Top 20

The Top 20 Posts of the year are here! As one year comes to an end and another about to begin, it’s a tradition here at DATAVERSITY to take a moment to pause and review the content published over the year by our writers and by the Industry Experts who contribute their thoughts and experiences. […]

Data Management vs. Data Governance: Improving Organizational Data Strategy

Successful companies capitalize on their organizational data assets through effective understanding of how to best leverage the similar, but notably different, practices and concepts of Data Management vs. Data Governance. According to Dr. Peter Aiken, Facebook has an estimated worth of more than five times that of United Airlines, $200 billion vs. $34 billion. The […]

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