San Diego, CA (PRWEB) June 26, 2014
There is no question that businesses ingest more data than ever before and the need to effectively manage this information is critical to establishing an efficient enterprise and maintaining competitive viability. Knowing exactly how to administer and govern the increased volume, velocity and variety of data is a challenge for any company.
“Data Governance in the Big Data World” is about putting people in charge of fixing and preventing issues with data. It supports high, and strives to prevent low, quality, ensuring that the data can be trusted — and people will be held accountable for any adverse event that may happen.
To help organizations of all sizes further understand the challenges and to learn more about the steps necessary to ensure consistent and trust-worthy data, Joe Caserta, President of Caserta Concepts, detailed his view of the data realities and the infrastructure that is needed at the Data Governance & Information Quality Conference(DGIQ 2014). In his presentation, “Achieving Data Governance in a Big Data Paradigm,” Joe addressed the emerging role of the data scientist, the concept of the data lake, and other technology trends and components of a data governance plan. Joe’s talk was showcased in a morning agenda that featured a session on Increasing Data Quality and a keynote on Data Monetization.
“There is nothing as important to the safety and integrity of an organization’s data right now than a well-thought out and structured data governance plan,” said Joe Caserta. “As businesses continue to recognize the benefits of big data, such as monetization and enhanced business insight, the need for governance cannot be stressed enough.”
DGIQ 2014 is being held at the Catamaran Resort Hotel and Spa on Mission Boulevard in San Diego, June 23-27, 2014.
To learn more about Caserta Concepts, please go to: http://www.casertaconcepts.com.
To learn more about DGIQ 2014, please visit: http://www.debtechint.com/dgiq2014/index.html.