Despite heavy, long-term investments in data management, data problems at many organizations continue to grow. One reason is that data has traditionally been perceived as just one aspect of a technology project; it has not been treated as a corporate asset. Consequently, the belief was that traditional application and database planning efforts were sufficient to address ongoing data issues.
Developing a data strategy ensures all data resources are positioned in such a way that they can be used, shared, and moved easily and efficiently. This resource outlines the five essential components of a data strategy.
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This guide will help you navigate the morass of buzzwords, guidebooks, and software so that you can plan a data strategy that works effectively for you and your organization.
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