Tag Archives: Data Governance

A Lifecycle Approach to Enterprise Information Management Strategy

By Amirth Ramakrishnan In these tough economic times, companies are looking to leverage their existing assets to cut costs and grow their businesses. These assets include physical, human and informational assets. Physical assets include plants, machinery and buildings. Human assets … Continue reading

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Europe needs overall data strategy

European scientists make use of increasingly large amounts of data derived from a wide variety of sources. This data, often coming from repositories across Europe, is used not just in checking experimental hypotheses, but also for supporting new hypotheses, novel … Continue reading

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Kalido(R) KONA(TM) Information Appliance Debuts on Netezza(R) TwinFin(TM) Platform

Industry-Specific Analytics and Reporting Solutions Offer Business Analysts and Executives Faster Business Insight at Reduced Costs   Kalido, a leading provider of information management software for enterprise data governance, and Netezza (NYSE: NZ), the global leader in data warehouse and … Continue reading

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Introducing “Principles-Based” Data Governance

I thought this was an extremely interesting way of getting data governance accepted into an organisation.  It is a low cost, light touch approach that will deliver benefits, and can be extended when the organisation has brought into the data governance … Continue reading

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