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Collibra "Data Citizens" Customer Conference 2016

by Andrew White  |  May 5, 2016

Collibra Data Citizen NY May 3-4 2016 I had the good fortune to be in the NY area this week and was therefore able to drop by Collibra's first annual...

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Join us at the first program designed specifically for Chief Data Officers

by Andrew White  |  January 25, 2016

Where: Gartner Enterprise Information & Master Data Management Summit 2016, Grapevine, Texas (Dallas area) When: March 16 – 18, 2016 Created exclusively* for the most senior data and analytics leaders, this program features brand-new...

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Of mice and data (Policing and Video Information)

by Andrew White  |  April 10, 2015

There was an intriguing article in today's US print edition of the Wall Street journal.  It was titled, "Police Cameras Create Problems of Their Own".  The article explores the burgeoning...

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New (video) information source for the police: The politics, ethics, and social unease that goes with it

by Andrew White  |  December 3, 2014

The U.S. print edition of the Wall Street Journal carried an interesting story today titled, "Cameras Put New Pressure on Police".  The article highlights a couple of issues with respect...

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IBM’s Big Data and Analytics Analyst Summit, NY, Day 1

by Andrew White  |  June 11, 2014

Well that was a fun-filled day!  I made copious notes and here are a few highlights, on various topics, in no particular order of value or priority.  Note the day...

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Is it Really Possible to Achieve a Single Version of Truth?

by Andrew White  |  February 20, 2014

Karen Heath, an analytics solution architect for Accenture’s Health business, posted this question (“Is it really possible to achieve a single version of the truth?”) in this week’s Information Management...

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Big Data Will Lead to Big False Positives – Lest You Take Account of Trust (or lack thereof)

by Andrew White  |  January 10, 2014

I was reading 'The signal and the noise' (Nate Silver, 2012) over the holidays and didn't really grasp the importance of a note I recently published called, ‘Big data governance...

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Continuing Emergence of Common Thread in Client Inquiries: 3 Rings of Information Governance

by Andrew White  |  December 6, 2013

Here are a couple of very specific end user situations that came my way in the last couple of weeks: We have a best of breed application landscape.  We plan...

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Open Data and Structured Data – Will we find out where the Government spends our money?

by Andrew White  |  November 5, 2013

I saw this interesting article today: Government must lead the way on structured data.  It seems that that a committee will vote this week on a move to require the...

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From MDM to Big Data – From truth to trust

by Andrew White  |  August 8, 2013

My colleague Ted Friedman was quoted in a SearchDataManagement article today.  I had to blog on this topic of course – he was being quoted on the connection between MDM...

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