Data as an Asset - What's Innovative?
This page shows up to 100 pieces of content which have been tagged Innovative (newest at the top):
IRI Data Quality and Improvement
IRI Voracity is a data management platform with a wide range of functionality. How does that functionality apply to data quality and improvement?
Peeling the onion – getting to the core of data quality and lineage
In this episode of the Bloor InAudio podcast, we look at the key role data lineage plays in ensuring data quality across an organisation.
Sustainability – in the mix or front and centre?
Sustainability is a strategic imperative touching all elements of Stakeholder Engagement in a Mutable Business™.
Compliance and Data Assurance
Assuring your data, not just its quality but its provenance and usage, is an issue that, in an ideal world, would be holistically addressed.
Hub85 and spreadsheet governance
Hub85 provides a non-intrusive solution for spreadsheets, based on the founder’s experiences of working in financial markets.
New version of BS 10012 - a key aide to preparing for GDPR
A new version of BS 10012 supersedes the 2009 version, for European Directive (95/46/EC), which was implemented in the UK by the Data Protection Act 1998.
The death of Privacy Shield has probably not been exaggerated - Donald Trump disables privacy for non-US citizens
Processing EU "personally identifiable information" needs assurance of certain privacy measures. Trump has made it impossible to hold such info in the USA.
Mainframe programming and the modern developer
Compuware is aiming to make mainframe development accessible to those of us more used to Docker and Selenium
Qlik Sense and data preparation
Qlik has just released Qlik Sense 3.0. It has some advanced data preparation capabilities.
Disruptive GDPR - A new EU take on data privacy merits attention
GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) isEC Regulation intended to strengthen and unify data protection for individuals within the EU
What on Earth?
Uneartha is a suite of products that provides requirements-driven data integration and data preparation capabilities.
Privacy Analytics’ Risk Monitor
Privacy Analytics has un-bundled its Risk Monitor. You can monitor the risk of re-identification in data masking environments and prove compliance.
Bringing governance to big data
IBM and Informatica have both just come out with big data integration and governance products
Testing should not be a roadblock
To keep up with the competition, companies need to get new applications and upgrades to market faster. Testing cannot be a roadblock on this path.
Testing and impact analysis
You need to understand how changes might impact on other parts of the system, because the former can break the latter.
Traceability in testing
In order to automate change you need the data, expected results and test scripts to automatically update, by virtue of their traceability back to requirements.
By building up a library of reusable test assets functionality can be tested more rapidly by selecting components from this library
So called "test automation frameworks" have to be able to respond to constant user demands. This process should be automated.
New thinking on spreadsheets
There are some interesting new kids on the block in the spreadsheet world
Tackling the storage provisioning nightmare and business clamour to save costs
Load DynamiX's appliance stress-tests large throughputs and infrastructures addressing the "what-ifs"
Alation comes to market
Alation can be best thought of as a pre data prep tool: helping users to find the data that's available to them.
Managing the data asset with Pentaho
A look at the solution that Pentaho is putting in place to manage the data asset in a way that befits both the business and technology
Re-thinking data security
This is a short preview of Informatica's Secure@Source, which be released next year
Diaku: more than governance
Diaku offers a superset of data governance that is worth a serious look, especially in heavily regulated environments
Try wrangling your data
Data preparation is the biggest part (around 80%) of and data discovery/mining exercise. Trifacta specialises in making this easy in a big data world.
Delphix and the agile data platform
Amongst other things (migrations, legacy modernisation, archival) Delphix provides test data management without needing to subset the data
GenRocket is a new vendor/product in the test data management space. After Grid-Tools it is the second (so far) vendor to offer synthetic test data generation.
When masking isn’t enough
If you want to analyse data when you are not allowed to see private information within the data, then you need something more than just masking
The problem with matching
What do you want from data matching/cleansing software? Key requirements, needless to say, are that the solution be inexpensive and easy to use.
Infoglide competes with IBM in the identity resolution space but the both potentially have an issue.
There are connectors and then there are connectors and then there is so much more
Saphir, from Silwood Technology, has the deepest understanding of SAP and Oracle environments that I have seen anywhere
Governance with Information
I take a broad view of "governance"; but fundamental to governance, to me, is information. A recent IBI Customer Day prompted some thoughts on this.
A different sort of governance
Varonis provides unstructured data governance, or maybe that should be access management. In either case it has now added actionable classification.
A different approach to spreadsheets
Ormetis captures spreadsheet and text file merge, calculation and transformation as you do it - thereby creating auditable processes
Clavis: extending data quality
In the last few years there has been a trend amongst data quality vendors to move towards what is typically known as pre-emptive data quality. That is, to have proactive capabilities that enforces...