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The Chief Data Officer

I don’t know if I’d be a chief, but I am glad that more companies are recognizing that data is one of the most valuable assets in most companies and starting to hire Chief Data Officers (CDO) to manage governance … Continue reading

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The Test Mistake

Last year a company was testing their software in a dev/test environment and accidentally sent out an “Integration email” to their customers.  They blamed this on an intern, though a little jokingly, and plenty of people shared their own stories … Continue reading

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T-SQL Tuesday #144–Data Governance

This month’s topic is something I wouldn’t have considered a decade ago. Especially in the US, this isn’t something that I’d actually have cared about for most of my career. Even when companies talked about governance, it was more a … Continue reading

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Tracking, Privacy, and Lots of Data

Half of all advertising dollars are wasted. We just don’t know which half. That’s a common view from people purchasing advertising, and it’s why I expect that this saying is what has led to complaints from Google, Facebook, and other … Continue reading

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