Companies and government organizations of all sizes are striving to manage data as an enterprise asset, to be shared and reused across multiple software applications and systems, business processes, and users throughout the organization.
As a practice with roots in corporate and information technology (IT) governance, data governance is defined as the processes, policies, standards, organization, and technologies required to manage and ensure the availability, accessibility, quality, consistency, audit ability, and security of data in an organization.
After reading this white paper, Data Governance, Why It Matters to the Business, you will understand the building blocks of an effective data governance framework. You will also know about several key success factors for ensuring that your organization's data is accessible, available, of high quality, consistent, auditable, and secure across the enterprise.
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