Good data governance includes a set of robust processes, policies and standards that ensure the efficient and effective use of information. It stipulates who is responsible for data, how it can be used and how its quality is assured. Part of NOW: Pensions’ newly defined Data Governance Program included creating a new business data model to improve and organize their data structure. Once built, the model was then enriched through defining a set of data quality rules that prevented the uptake of bad data, as well as measuring the quality of the data that was already held by NOW: Pensions.
Last week, NASA blew the world away with the first images from its James Webb Space Telescope. Promising to far exceed the wonder and quality of its predecessor, Hubble, the JWST has delivered a ground-breaking new view of our universe. These images have told the story of “the hidden universe through every phase of cosmic history” in a way that has never been seen by the naked eye of man.
Solidatus Co-CEO Philip Dutton recently caught up with Baz Khuti, President US Modak, about the difference between data and metadata, data lineage, and its role in the cloud space.
At a recent keynote speech in London, Solidatus Co-CEO Philip Dutton said that "the demon of complexity is the thing we’re all struggling with.” But do the trappings of pivoting towards a more data-driven business really have to be so complex?