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Focus in 2013

Like many of you, this time of year means budgeting. Every year is different, and budgeting for 2013 is no exception – so how do I maximize the return on investment for our shareholders?

What makes 2013 different? For many of us, the global economic climate and political change means uncertainty. In most cases, this leads to cautious optimism and moderate budget increases at best. As I was scouring the IT Leadership Exchange for benchmark data. I found the data to be consistent. (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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Big Data Unleashed Part 4: What Does “Mobile” Have To Do With Big Data?

 In my last blog, I discussed five areas of considerations for your information management agenda with Big Data. In the next three blogs, I will discuss how three secular trends, namely, Mobile, Cloud and Social are driving the evolution of Big Data.  In this blog, part four of the series, let’s explore “Mobile”. There are many reasons why people are fascinated by the impact of mobility.  According to Applied Mobility of Tech Trends 2011 by Deloitte, consumer interest in smartphones, tablets and untraditional connected devices such as set-top boxes, telematics, video games and embedded appliances is growing faster than any other product segment, with a projected growth of 36%. This staggering growth in mobility is driving the production and consumption of Big Data in three ways:

  •  People and devices are generating far more transaction data than before as it is cheaper and simpler to complete any transactions – buying books in a cafe with your iPad or completing banking transactions with a BlackBerry.  Transaction data growth is accelerating as more enterprises are adopting smartphones, tablets and other mobile devices, following the consumer trend. (more…)
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