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For most of us practicing the Data Management profession, it is frequently an enigma knowing who those in the same line of work are. We often wonder: How many people are in this field? How long do they stay in this practice? How old are they when they first join? How old are they now? The only way we may be able to get a glimpse is asking a peer or attending a conference. The Data Management profession started sometime in the late 1960s and early 1970s as the focus on the use of computers began to shift from "data processing" to "information management;" the change was triggered by the deployment of a new ...
Most organizations are a complex maze of multiple data sets that are managed locally and seldom sync up with each other. They also lack a well-defined blueprint of their data assets, resulting in issues such as data inconsistency, bad data quality, lack of visibility into available data, and process and system inefficiencies due to data redundancy. New projects and programs further contribute to this disorganization unless the data architecture is defined and processes improved. These issues can be resolved by defining a data governance organization, enterprise-wide standards for data ... Read More
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