Last time we explored consumption and usability as an alternative approach to data governance. In that framework, data stewards can measure the quality of the data and alert users about potential risks of using the results, but are prevented from changing the data. In this post we can look at
David Loshin (@davidloshin) on using analytics to pinpoint your best customers.
Last time we began to look at the opportunity for integrating a newly developed master data repository with existing business applications supported by a data warehouse. That meant understanding the requirements for integration and verifying that those requirements are met.
David Loshin's latest blog post: "Balancing Performance Measures for Data Accessibility using Data Federation."
Data governance as an MDM program planning task, part 2.