A Brief History of Data Management

Data Management is the organization of data, the steps used to achieve efficiency, and gather intelligence from that data. Data Management, as a concept, began in the 1960s, with ADAPSO (the Association of Data Processing Service Organizations) forwarding Data Management advice, with an emphasis on professional training and quality assurance metrics. Data Management should not […]

Generally Accepted Data Modeling Principles

Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. What can data modelers learn from accountants? Accounting is a solidly established practice that the world cannot live without. One of the established guidelines for accountants is called GAAP (Generally Accepted Accounting Principles in the US), and there are similar international setups. You might guess these standards […]

What Is Data Privacy?

Data privacy describes a set of principles and guidelines to ensure respectful processing, protection, and handling of personal data. Due to a series of breaches and other consequences when mishandling personal information, data privacy has taken a central position in regulation and fines. These laws make financial and image consequences more severe. Data privacy takes on fragmented […]

Solving the Dilemma of Achieving QA Flexibility vs. QA Standardization

Click to learn more about author Hemanth Kumar Yamjala. Quality assurance has emerged as the critical requirement for enterprises to make their products or services superior or equivalent to their competitors. To achieve the same, the QA function has embraced new processes, technologies, innovations, tools, and methodologies. However, while going about incorporating quality across the […]

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