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New Research: Hype Cycle for Enterprise Information Management, 2016

by Andrew White  |  July 15, 2016  |  1 Comment

My colleague Alan Duncan and I just published Hype Cycle for Enterprise Information Management, 2016.

The shift to digital business requires organizations to change how they use data and analytics as a decision-making tool. This Hype Cycle tracks the progress of various the practices and disciplines of enterprise information management to guide CIOs and CDOs with their EIM programs.

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Andrew White
Research VP
8 years at Gartner
22 years IT industry

Andrew White is a Distinguished Analyst and VP. His roles include Chief of Research and Content Lead for Data and Analytics. His main research focus is data and analytics strategy, platforms, and governance. Read Full Bio


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  1. […] My colleague Alan Duncan and I just published Hype Cycle for Enterprise Information Management, 2016. The shift to digital business requires organizations to change how they use data and analytics as a decision-making tool. This Hype Cycle tracks the progress of various the practices and disciplines of enterprise information management to guide CIOs and CDOs with …  […]



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