Data management is an overarching term that refers to all aspects of creating, housing, delivering, maintaining and retiring data with the goal of valuing data as a corporate asset.

Information Management NewsWells Fargo and the online lingerie store True&Co have something in common: both are using analytics to improve the customer experience
BlogKey takeaways from the new Forrester Wave about Data Governance Tools
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Information Management NewsAll companies are aware of the growing risk of cyberattacks, yet few are taking the steps necessary to protect critical information. The key? Senior managers need to lead.
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ColumnHow today’s life sciences companies are embracing a data unification strategy to become more data capable organizations
ColumnThe average enterprise does not have nearly enough policies for data management, and this famine of policies has an enormous detrimental impact on the way the average enterprise manages its data.
CommentaryDon’t view data as simply a byproduct of digitalization; view it as new potential
Analytics in HealthcareMaking sense of the tide of health data inundating the U.S. healthcare community remains a daunting challenge for driving clinical and financial performance.
BlogData comes to us from somewhere since someone set up a procedure to collect and record it
NewsP.F. Chang's China Bistro, a chain of Asian-themed restaurants, said it's investigating whether it was the target of a data breach following a report that stolen customer data had appeared online.
CommentaryFinding the right data and matching it to the right decisions is a fundamental necessity, and thinking three decisions ahead will set you and your company apart
BlogThe old adage, "You can't manage what you don't measure," still applies--and even more so today with healthcare organizations facing a number of external and internal security challenges.
BlogPIM is not always a well understood master data solution option for enterprise architects
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