Data management professionals worldwide are intimately familiar with the operational requirements needed to make traditional and big data useful for the enterprise. But modern use cases bring broader data
management demands. As data management roles vary and use cases expand, often without a centralized team guiding data initiatives, businesses increasingly look to implement data governance as the real power behind their data management practices. Governance encompasses so much more than the technical functions those practices address. It brings to the table a focus on how to link people, process and technology, enabling the enterprise to meet its strategic objectives as they relate to making better decisions and reducing risk. Continue reading to learn more!