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Match increase in BI and analytics with a data governance plan
Sponsored by IBM
Analytics tools are increasingly used by all kinds of companies. Their popularity has also given rise to a host of problems that can occur when organizations don't also put in place data protections. Issues such as data inconsistences and duplications can be abated with data governance.
In this three-part handbook, SearchDataManagement staff dive into what makes having a data governance plan of attack useful. First, executive editor Craig Stedman reviews key events at the 2015 BI Leadership Summit in New York, covering what speakers and attendees had to say about governance. Then site editor Ed Burns explains what some vendors are doing to address data governance in self-service tools. Burns returns in the final part to shed insight on the role chief data officers can play in governance.
Table Of Contents
- BI Data Governance Faces Self-Service, Big Data Hurdles
- Self-Service Analytics Needs Assistance From Governance
- CDOs Take Charge on Data Accessibility
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