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Decision Making with Uncertainty Requires Wideward Thinking

by Andrew White  |  May 4, 2020

Everything Changes COVID-19 and the related economic fallout has pushed organizations to extreme cost optimization decision making with uncertainty. As a result, Data, Analytics and AI are in even greater...

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Cloud Migration - Not Always Easy as Pie or Lift and Shift

by Andrew White  |  January 6, 2020

I noted a couple of stories in the press recently that show how migrating applications and their associated data to the cloud isn’t as simple as lift and shift. Sure,...

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The Madness of Data (and analytics) Governance

by Andrew White  |  December 9, 2019

One of my client inquiries Friday repeated a sad refrain I hear all too often. In this case it was a public sector agency. The outline of the call went...

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Gartner IT Symposium XPO 2019 Keynote: More About Business than Technology (decision making rules!)

by Andrew White  |  October 21, 2019

We kicked off our IT Symposium XPO 2019 here in Orlando today with a keynote that introduced the concept of TechQuilibrium.  TechQuilibrium is what Gartner defines as the ideal mix...

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Featured New Research: 7 Must-Have Foundations for Modern Data and Analytics Governance

by Andrew White  |  October 18, 2019

7 Must-Have Foundations for Modern Data and Analytics Governance Data and analytics leaders can exploit business opportunities and challenges only if they have established the right foundations for data and...

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Privacy Regulation Stays Local - For Now

by Andrew White  |  September 25, 2019

In a much watched and contested case, EU regulators side with those who see privacy and the ‘right to be forgotten’ as a local, country or regional consideration. On Tuesday,...

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With Data, Spock Got it Wrong: Modern Data (and analytics) Governance

by Andrew White  |  September 24, 2019

"In The Wrath of Khan (1982), Spock says, “Logic clearly dictates that the needs of the many outweigh the needs of the few.” Captain Kirk answers, “Or the one.” This sets up...

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The Need for Analytic and Algorithm Governance is Growing

by Andrew White  |  April 3, 2019

I wrote a blog in 2017 titled, The Inflated Price of Perfect Information.  In that blog I wrote the following: Two articles in the last week show the fallacy of the...

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What is going on in the world of data and analytics?

by Andrew White  |  March 22, 2019

I have blogged before (see this from 2014: A Day in the Life of an Analyst” at Gartner’s IT/Expo Symposium – Day 3) about the hot topics I discussed with...

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A Little Data Governance Goes a Long Way

by Andrew White  |  July 16, 2018

In today’s US print edition of the Financial Times I saw an article titled, Bank’s approach to risk data is deeply inadequate. The article reviews the current situation regarding bank...

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