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The Safe On-Ramp to Big Data

The hype around big data is certainly top of mind with executives at most companies today but what I am really seeing are companies finally making the connection between innovation and data. Data as a corporate asset is now getting the respect it deserves in terms of a business strategy to introduce new innovative products and services and improve business operations. The most advanced companies have C-level executives responsible for delivering top and bottom line results by managing their data assets to their maximum potential. The Chief Data Officer and Chief Analytics Officer own this responsibility and report directly to the CEO. (more…)

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Megatrends Will Further Drive Data Governance Prioritization

Data governance evangelists have had it pretty good of late.  First there was the global financial meltdown of 2008, and experienced data management professionals all know – a crisis is a data quality initiatives best friend!  The economic crisis certainly put the pressure on financial services organizations to focus on data governance, initially from a governance, risk and compliance standpoint.   The regulators were watching and no one wanted to go to jail.   But the crisis also helped data governance efforts across all other industries, because CEOs, COOs, CFOs and CIOs are looking for anything they can do to protect their financial margins and remain competitive.   Ensuring trusted, secure data throughout the organization to improve operational efficiencies, reduce costs, reduce risks, increase revenue and market share, and/or provide optimal customer experiences has become an increasingly common executive mandate.  (more…)

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So You’ve Got the Paycheck, Good Benefits and a Seat on the Equity Train. So What?

If you’re an outstanding software professional, everyone knows what’s in the package these days: you’re going to get a competitive salary, great benefits and challenging work assignments. You can pat yourself on the back and say out loud: “Look Mom, I made it!”.

Really? (more…)

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