Tag "GDPR"

Value of an Enterprise Intelligent Data Governance Framework

Some challenges The adoption and rollout of Data Governance at an enterprise level is often impeded for several reasons, but commonly it is because the communities of data consumers in the business don’t see the value of engaging with it. Data Governance may be seen as an overhead to the business in terms of time,... more

Critical Success Factors for Governance: Collaboration and Constant Education

Over the past year, my travels have taken me all over the world. From events in Amsterdam to Dublin, from New York to San Francisco, D.C. to Chicago. At each event, conference, summit, or symposium, I seem to always pick up one or two new tricks of the trade. At some of these events, I’m... more

Data Quality and Governance: An Informatica World 2017 Preview

Here we are. Just a few short days away from Informatica World 2017. If you haven’t registered yet, I encourage you to consider coming out and joining us for the most informative data event that you’ll attend all year. And it’s in the heart of San Francisco! If you have registered, perhaps you’re starting to... more

How GDPR Makes Marketing Sense – Embrace It!

In my last blog I put my case forward for investment in General Data Protection Regulation Act compliance, but didn’t explore what I believe may turn out to be the most interesting aspect of GDPR. Of course, “the most interesting” is personal preference. There are many out there who are fascinated by data protection, including... more