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It's all in the data - Well, its classification

by Andrew White  |  August 6, 2015

I was speed last reading Friday's Wall Street Journal.  It was early evening.  I hadn't had time to read the paper at breakfast as I has stayed up the night before...

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"Selling" Information Governance - a Charter for Change?

by Andrew White  |  March 3, 2015

I was on a call today with an end-user client and I was asked, "what are the latest best- and next-practices we should be aware of?"  This was a difficult...

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Getting the Goat: the "Gartner Predicts" Season, and Assessing Predictions Past...

by Alan Duncan  |  November 24, 2014

In the IT industry, this is the time of year for predictions. We're all going prediction crazy, and at Gartner, things are no different. So it's crystal balls and Tarot cards at the ready, and...

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November Travelogue Part 2: Data in Dublin

by Alan Duncan  |  November 13, 2014

November is proving to be a busy month for me, travel and event-wise. Following straight on from the IBM event on Bonfire Night, I hopped on a flight to Dublin...

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November Travelogue Part 1: Bonfire Night, and Analytics Is On Fire

by Alan Duncan  |  November 12, 2014

I attended two conference events last week . Tuesday 5th November was IBM’s Business Connect event at Twickenham Stadium, while Friday 7th November saw me hop over to Dublin for...

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The Data Fairy

by Alan Duncan  |  October 31, 2014

Last blog out, we visited the fairytale castles of Hohenschwangau and Neuschwanstein. Cue a tenuous link to talk about someone who might live in such a place, the Data Fairy....

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What is Wrong with Data Governance?

by Andrew White  |  October 23, 2014

Creating the Data Governance Killer App, on Information Management, by Michele Goetz. I don't like to complain, and I don't like the idea of being negative for it's own sake....

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Fairy-tale Castles, Mad Kings and Business Analytics: the Gartner BI Summit

by Alan Duncan  |  October 20, 2014

Those of you who have been follow me for a while will know that  my blogging can sometimes be as much travelogue as it is about data and analytics. ("Holding the Law In Our Hearts", "Winning...

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International Data Quality Summit: Context is Crucial, but People are Paramount

by Alan Duncan  |  October 15, 2014

Last week I headed to sunny Richmond, Virginia to attend the International Data Quality Summit, co-hosted by the International Association for Information and Data Quality (IAIDQ) and the Electronic Commerce Code...

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The Customer is Always Wrong!

by Alan Duncan  |  October 4, 2014

Explore beyond the superficial to understand analytic information needs. I'm heading off to the US tomorrow for the 2014 International Data Quality Summit (where I'm presenting "The One Question You Should...

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