When creating data governance policies, three important stakeholders can end up working at odds with each other even though they each may be focused on what’s best for the company. Users like unrestricted access to all their data. Legal and compliance teams want to store as little data as possible in a highly managed way that mitigates risk and limits exposure of their data. Information technology professionals are left trying to meet the needs of both groups with tight budgets and ballooning volumes of data.
Before your data governance project turns into a nightmare, you have the opportunity to create a data governance team to help people understand and manage the entire big data challenge, not just their respective pieces. First, let’s dig a little deeper into each group’s primary motivators.
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