Allocating IT budget is a tricky business. Companies need to make choices and manage investment tradeoffs. However, recent Aberdeen research suggests that foundational activities to protect, oversee and manage the data environment through a unified approach to data governance can produce enticing
Organizations everywhere, from massive governments to the smallest start-ups, are in a race for the best-possible data expertise and tools. To help your team understand the data science journey, IBM created the Data Science for All webcast.
Today’s most successful companies think differently about data governance. Recent Aberdeen research suggests that top-performing companies are those that create a more holistic approach to data governance, incorporating the right technologies, processes, skill sets and internal capabilities.
Organizations are collecting terabytes of data, so it’s not surprising that organizations are scrambling to identify a data management solution that fits their unique environment. The freedom of choosing the right data source to fit an organization’s data storage strategy is the key to robust data
GDPR brings into force a raising of the bar across all 28 member states of the EU across the duties, privileges and obligations on and around personal data and its protection. The scope includes anyone in the EU, long term or temporary, on and around their personal data.
There’s a revolution taking place within information governance. This change is driven by the growing needs of business users, and the recognition that trusted, high-quality, easy-to-find data can be the differentiator that drives better business outcomes.
Protecting personal and sensitive data is vital. But, understanding the regulatory environment and available tools is just the first step. There are still challenges when building and managing test data environments. Here's how to overcome them.
For the first time in human experience, there’s the opportunity to transform a city by listening to all of its inhabitants, individually. That’s the mission of the Jakarta Smart City (JSC) project, and it’s a major challenge in a district of some 10 million residents.