Earlier this year we touched on the emerging trends impacting data professionals, as covered by Forrester analyst, Gene Laganza, during the Infogix ICON 202 conference. We are excited to let you know that the full presentation is now available, for a limited time only, on demand. Gene discusses: The growing awareness around advanced-insight driven business…
Data lineage has always been a key data governance deliverable but until recently most people were waiting to capture data lineage until a later stage of their data governance initiative and often only if there was a regulatory requirement to do so.
This is now changing and more organisations understand the value of automating data lineage in the initial phases of their initiative. It’s not surprising. If you don’t have data lineage your organisation will be wasting a lot of time and effort trying to find data, because there is no documentation of where data is and how it flows through your organisation.
Struggling to link data governance to business value? This video demonstrates how it can be done.
An IDC survey of over 300 data and business analysts showed that nearly half indicated a lack of trust in data quality, whilst more than half indicated a lack of trust in the results of data analysis. This lack of trust is symptomatic of yesterday’s approach to data integrity – a lack of accuracy, consistency and context – limiting the scale at which insights can be delivered.
For most consumers, COVID-19 has driven substantial changes in behaviour. Internal data sets, built up over many years, may no longer accurately reflect consumers movements or behaviour.