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When is a Catalog No Longer a Catalog?

by Andrew White  |  February 7, 2018

When is a Catalog no longer a Catalog, and why does it matter? I was on a vendor briefing in conjunction with data gathering for an upcoming publication: Market Guide...

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Governing Data to Improve Business Process and Outcome Integrity

by Andrew White  |  June 29, 2017

Increasingly I speak to clients from the perspective of line of business use of data.  As an old-time "MDM-er" this makes perfect sense.  I talk with leaders in supply chain,...

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New Research: Resolve Postmodern ERP Data Complexity and Consistency Through Effective Engagement of Business Process Analysts

by Andrew White  |  June 20, 2016

My colleague Pat Phelan and I  just published a new note: Resolve Postmodern ERP Data Complexity and Consistency Through Effective Engagement of Business Process Analysts. In the postmodern ERP era, comprehensive business...

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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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The Power of Facebook's "opt-in/opt-out" and the Value of Information

by Andrew White  |  September 22, 2015

The Business and Technology section of the US print edition of the Wall Street Journal carried an article today called, "Facebook Restricts Access to Its Data Trove".  The article reports...

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Trusting the Masses rather than the Individual and Wealth Accrual

by Andrew White  |  April 23, 2015

I was listening to CNBC this morning and I caught the back-end of an interview that mentioned a PWC article in the Wall Street Journal.  Apparently the article was reporting...

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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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Pearls of Wisdom from a Chief Data Officer

by Andrew White  |  April 3, 2015

At the close of our 2015 Enterprise Information and Master Data Management summit yesterday Deb Logan hosted a "master mind" interview with Dr. Eugene Kolker, CDO, Seattle Children’s Hospital.  It was an...

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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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