Most companies don’t have to be told they are drowning in data and spending considerable resources to store and access it.

Yet when it comes to having a formal and board-approved strategy for managing information, most companies are lacking. A recent study of 600 companies by PricewaterhouseCoopers reveals that only 40 percent of the companies and information technology directors polled have a formal data management strategy.

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