Data Governance and Stewardship Technology

January 23, 2009
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The Data Governance Institute is vendor-neutral. But we’re not tool-blind. It’s just that for a long time, there weren’t many tools that really addressed Data Governance and Stewardship needs.
This is changing, thank goodness. And I am LOVING IT! After all, building rules (policies, standards, business rules, DQ checks, etc.) into processes and controls is key […]

The Data Governance Institute is vendor-neutral. But we’re not tool-blind. It’s just that for a long time, there weren’t many tools that really addressed Data Governance and Stewardship needs.

This is changing, thank goodness. And I am LOVING IT! After all, building rules (policies, standards, business rules, DQ checks, etc.) into processes and controls is key to sustainable success. And having technologies that can be used by non-technical Data Stewards as well as IT staff are key to making substantial improvements to data.

The fine folks from ComputerWorld and Kalido have asked me to join them on January 28th at 11 AM EST (GMT-5) to discuss this topic. We’ll be focussing on three uses of technology – to capture/define rules, to build those rules into workflows/processes, and to track changes to data in an audit-friendly way. Cool stuff. We’ll also take a few minutes to talk about the DGI Data Governance Framework and Data Governance processes.

You can get more information on the Data Governance Institute website or at the webinar registration page.

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