Data governance is – now maybe more than ever – a charged topic.

Business-driven data discovery is becoming fundamental for organizations to explore, iterate, and extract meaningful and actionable insights from vast amounts of new and diverse internal and external data. To achieve the maximum benefits of discovery, analysts require the ability to move quickly and iteratively through the discovery process with as little friction - and as much IT-independence – as possible and with more self-service capabilities than ever before. However, with more data and more capabilities, the role of governance becomes increasingly critical to protect and secure both the data being used and the discoveries being generated.

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