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Who Owns the Data?

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Over the past 12 months, more businesses began re-evaluating how they view and use data. Finding ways to exploit and make use of the information they’ve had in their company all along means they gain insights to improve everything from operations, to staff deployment through to customer service. As we continue into 2014, although it seems hard to believe, data will continue to take even more prominence – and there’s going to be far more of it.

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Comments (5)
James Richardson, Cant agree with you more! A typical situation in most organisations I know of.
Posted by Ananthanarayanan V | Thursday, March 13 2014 at 7:34AM ET
This is a really good piece of work and one that I not only agree with but proffer. Data Ownership and accountability is shifting towards business ownership with IT departments providing a clearly defined custodian service. There are always two challenges with implementing Data Governance, A: Getting business leaders to accept accountability of data B: Getting IT to release ownership of data. My only issue is that it has been written by a senior director of product marketing at a software vendor.
Posted by Guy H | Thursday, March 13 2014 at 7:50AM ET
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