A recent survey from PriceWaterhousecoopers suggests that companies have a definite need for a formal data management strategy -- approved by the board of directors and ready to be implemented by the chief executive officer.
But other data management experts suggest that a data management strategy is only the start. What information-overloaded companies really need is a common data architecture.
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