The emergence of big data creates new opportunities for organizations to gain insights into their markets, customers and offerings. But as big data is incorporated into business analytics and decision making, it very quickly becomes another set of data that needs to be integrated with traditional sources of information and governed so that the data is secure, well understood, and trusted. And, we will examine the hidden financial penalties for lapsed information governance and untrustworthy data. Join this webcast as Nathaniel Rowe, research analyst from Aberdeen Group discusses the emergence of big data and the need for flexible and reliable integration and governance.
By attending this free, highly informative session, you'll learn:
Why big data needs to be governed
The cost of doing nothing
The benefits of treating information as an asset
How to get started
In order to avoid these pitfalls and achieve better business efficiency and operational performance, top performing organizations have found it necessary to invest in tools such as data security, master data management, data quality, data lifecycle management and data integration.