The C suite is expanding with more roles dedicated to data and analytics. The Chief Data Officer, or CDO, is one of these roles seen more often in some industries than others. The position may evolve with time.
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It’s off to London for our annual Enterprise Information & Master Data Management Summit this week. I can’t wait! It is a highlight of my year to attend this event, share our ideas with everyone, and get feedback from users on what is happening, and not, in the marketplace. Here are a few notes for you …
The CDO needs to change the understanding and role of data governance - and soon. Growing data complexity, with such things as IOT, algorithmic business and increased regulation, will force a more business-led, business relevant, and ethical information governance discipline. It's all about increased business value.
The extensive collection and further processing of personal information in the context of big data analytics has given rise to serious privacy concerns, especially relating to wide scale electronic surveillance, profiling, and disclosure of private data. In order to allow for all the benefits of analytics without invading individuals’ private sphere, it is of utmost importance to draw the limits of big data processing and integrate the appropriate data protection safeguards in the core of the analytics value chain. ENISA, with the current report, aims at supporting this approach, taking the position that, with respect to the underlying legal obligations, the challenges of technology (for big data) should be addressed by the opportunities of technology (for privacy).
IT research and consulting firm Enterprise Management Associates (EMA) has conducted a survey about Master Data Management (MDM) initiatives that have been adopted within different organizations. Watch our on-demand webinar with mortgage leader Ellie Mae to get lessons learned, as well as the top takeaways from the survey.
IT practitioners should collect the requirements from each of the constituencies that are going to be involved in building the new analytic pipeline. If an integrated product such as Informatica or Pentaho doesn't meet the requirements, they should evaluate just how much internal integration work they can support and whether the speed of the final pipeline can deliver on its performance goals. The more sophisticated enterprises with more specialized skills typically can support highly custom solutions.
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