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Anne Milley 0
What's the risk in data that doesn't fit?

Can data management reduce your risk exposure? Many managers are quick to point out that they’re awash in data but need help to make sense of it. While this may be true, it’s still worth it to ask: do you have the data you most need to make better decisions?

Anne-Lindsay Beall 0
Six reasons retailers need to go mobile

The Mobile Communications article, Why retailers need to be mobile for the 2010 holidaysincludes a lot of compelling reasons for taking your sites mobile. I pulled together a list of six reasons from that article plus a few other sources so you can see the full argument here in a

Jim Harris 13
The Third Law of Data Quality

The First Law of Data Quality explained the importance of understanding your Data Usage, which is essential to the proper preparation required before launching your data quality initiative. The Second Law of Data Quality explained the need for maintaining your Data Quality Inertia, which means a successful data quality initiative requires a

Jim Harris 4
The Second Law of Data Quality

The First Law of Data Quality explained the importance of understanding your Data Usage, which is essential to the proper preparation required before launching your data quality initiative. This makes sure that you neither climb every data mountain, nor make a mountain out of every data molehill—but instead focus on

Jim Harris 9
The First Law of Data Quality

“You don't talk about data quality.”  No, wait—that's The First Rule of Poor Quality Data. The First Law of Data Quality: “Data is either being used or waiting to be used—or wasting storage and support.” Although understanding your data is essential to using it effectively and improving its quality, as

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