A growing number of organizations are implementing MDM and data governance initiatives, but many lack the expertise to best set themselves up for success.
With the implementation of the General Data Protection Regulation and some U.S. states initiating privacy regulations, organizations are under tremendous pressure to establish and maintain compliance.
The autonomous database was the central theme of this year's Oracle OpenWorld event that wrapped up last week. With the product now generally available, Oracle showcased several production Autonomous Data Warehouse references. The next steps are showing real business impacts and educating customers on why DBAs remain relevant.
Enterworks, Informatica, Pitney Bowes and Riversand are among the providers of top platforms for master data management and data governance capabilities, says the MDM Institute.
A move to the cloud presents a new set of challenges and for database managers, dealing with complex data integrations spanning multiple environments presents a messy and complicated scenario.
One of the most important aspects of data management is ensuring data quality. Without this, capabilities such as machine learning and advanced analytics might yield faulty results.
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Perry Hewitt works at the intersection of marketing, technology, and mission-driven organizations.
Startups salivate at the prospect of entering the enterprise – and for good reason. The enterprise is rife with legacy systems and circuitous processes that frustrate employees and hinder results — and the startup has just the perfect product to fix the problem.
Too often though, the pitch to the enterprise falls flat or a promising pilot gets sidelined.
Google revenues, which include the company's enterprise cloud, software, and data management products, attributed most of Q3 sales with $33.59 billion in revenue.
Data trash engineers, algorithm bias auditors, virtual identity defenders and cyber calamity forecasters are among the jobs that will play critical roles in the new digital workforce.
Women professionals can expect to earn just about as much as men in predictive analytics, according to the 2018 Burtchworks salary survey.