Data Digest: Implement Real-Time Analytics, Good Data Governance, and Data Security Policies
Learn the major barriers to implementing real-time analytics, why data governance policies are key to implementing big data, and how to use better data security policies to restore employees’ trust
- By Quint Turner
- May 18, 2016
For most enterprises, the factors slowing the adoption of real-time analytics are cultural, not technological. This article explains the five most common barriers preventing implementation of real-time analytics.
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To take advantage of big data and predictive analytics, many enterprises are rushing to hire data scientists and bring in new technologies. This article reminds us why enterprises need solid data governance first to prevent accidental misuse of new data sources.
Read more at Information Management
According to a survey quoted in this article, 25 percent of UK employees do not trust their employer with their personal data. This author discusses guidelines for improving data security and restoring employees' trust. Some of the advice can also be used to earn trust with consumers, including tips on clear policies and effective communication.
Read more at InformationAge
Quint Turner is an editorial intern at TDWI and an undergraduate English student at Skidmore College. Follow his blog at pungry.com.