Welcome to the second in our mini-series ‘Who cares?’, where we are exploring the key stakeholders and business functions who should be putting data lineage at the forefront of their strategy.
We're proud to announce that Solidatus has yet again been shortlisted for three awards in the Data Management Review Awards 2018 alongside some of the largest and best known companies in the field:
A quick look at our website and you’ll see that ‘Data lineage is at the heart of Solidatus’. It’s what we do and we’re experts in it. However, it’s not uncommon for us to speak with businesses who know it’s important but openly admit they aren’t actively managing it, nor fully understand where to begin when it comes to incorporating into their daily processes.
We have all had one of those awkward conversations, you know the ones where someone comes up to you and starts talking like they are an old friend. They know your name, they know things about you that can only have come from you. The only problem is that you cannot remember them. You stall, play for time, try to prise loose that illusive piece of information that will make a connection in your brain to dredge up the information needed to recall their name. Perhaps you have a strategy, mine is to introduce a friend (assuming I have one handy) and hope that they complete the introduction and fill in the blanks of your relationship.
How seriously do you take your privacy? I imagine that not many would consider showering or going to the loo in plain sight of others. These, after all, are private matters that as a rule we usually don’t share, unless, that is, we make an explicit decision to.