Modern Data Governance
Webinar Speaker: Philip Russom, Senior Research Director for Data Management
Date: Wednesday, January 13, 2021
Time: 9:00 a.m. PT, 12:00 p.m. ET
To support new directions in data-driven practices and platforms.
Business, IT, and data regulations continue to evolve, and the COVID-19 pandemic has pushed organizations deeper into online operations, cloud infrastructure, and corporate cultures that are driven by data and analytics. At the same time, we are blessed with advances in analytics, AI, BI practices, new data sources, integration tools, and cloud data platforms. To keep pace, organizations are modernizing almost everything in IT, including analytics, BI tooling, data warehouses, and all of data management.
In the context of that modernization life cycle, it is now time for modern data governance.
TDWI research finds that some organizations have data governance programs in good shape, but others have not deployed meaningful governance. Either way, organizations need guidance when creating future-facing, modern data governance. This report helps organizations understand new requirements for data governance and how successful organizations are modernizing existing governance programs and toolsets.
Note that this webinar is based on the new TDWI Best Practices Report: Modern Data Governance. The webinar will hit the highlights of that report, plus tell attendees how to download their own copy of the report.
This TDWI webinar on modern data governance (MDG) will dig into many issues:
- Business and technology drivers for MDG
- Key challenges, opportunities, and best practices in MDG
- Organizational structures for governance, plus how to populate and lead them
- Technologies that support data and analytics governance, including data catalogs, metadata management, secure data access and discovery, and applications solely for governance
- Holistic MDG that spans modern data, AI, and analytics environments, plus hybrid on-premises and cloud architectures
Date: January 13, 2021
Time: 9:00AM PT
Philip Russom, Ph.D.