Do you have data governance on your mind? Do you envision an environment where people are held formally accountable for the data they define, produce and use? Does metadata play a big role in that governed environment? Of course, it does. To manage any “thing” requires that you have quality information about that thing. Join Bob Seiner, of KIK Consulting and TDAN.com, with Gal Alon, Senior Director of Business Development for an industry leading metadata management automation software provider Octopai, as they discuss the who’s, what’s, why’s and how’s of automating and leveraging your metadata environment to successfully govern your organization’s data. Bob and Gal will spend the hour chatting about the role metadata management plays in data governance as well as discuss specific use cases to improve probability of Data Governance success.
According to the Office for National Statistics, in April 2020, the number of remote workers increased to 46% of the population. Now with the easing of lockdown measures, many businesses are considering or are already implementing what the Financial Times calls a "split model' a.k.a "hybrid working" that divides the time between the home and the office. If home-office working is to become the norm, then organisations need to consider the data protection challenges they will be faced with.
We have reached the tipping point where all businesses recognize they cannot compete in a digital age using analog-era legacy data solutions and architectures. The winners in the next phase of business will be those enterprises that obtain a clear handle on the foundations of modern data management fabric. The modern big data fabric helps enterprise organizations accelerate insights by automating ingestion, curation, discovery, preparation, and integration from data silos. Watch guest speaker Noel Yuhanna from Forrester and Paxata’s Nenshad Bardoliwalla as they discuss: Latest trends, benefits, and use cases of big data fabric Challenges enterprise organizations must overcome. How to deliver faster time-to-value with an. enterprise-grade self-service data preparation solution.
GDPR affects companies in the United States and Canada. Failure to comply with the GDPR could result in fines of up to $20 million or higher.
Join us to learn:
- What is the GDPR and severe consequences of non-compliance
- What are the eight main GDPR requirements
- How ready is your company and what you can do now