We are in the midst of a paradigm shift in how organizations view and address data usage and delivery of information. Technology has brought us a plethora of data - how companies define, secure and distribute this critical information is what sets them apart.
The term “data services” refers to turning data, and its corresponding metadata, into a service that is callable to the enterprise. Think of it as a service that could provide for CRUD (create, write, update and delete) for an individual piece of data (or even a unit of work – connect data elements).
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