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By Kevin Sonsky, Senior Director, Business Intelligence at Citrix Systems.
If there is a gap, something will fill it.
I’ve always liked the “plumbing” analogy often used in Data and BI circles. You know the one. You’ve got the main “pipe” line coming from the city water system which can represent all of your enterprise data. And then you’ve got the water pipes for the house branching out from the main line and going into each individual room or wing of the house…Continue
I often wonder if I should admit that I have worked with data in the healthcare industry for 26 years. I have dedicated most of my career to transforming raw data into valuable…Continue
With increasingly complexity and challenges of Big Data systems, governance is a critical foundation for realizing the value from big data and accelerating the time to find critical data for decision making. Our Big Data Governance is part of our broader information governance program which leveraged our current operational governance and scaled…Continue
In his book The Half-life of Facts: Why Everything We Know Has an Expiration Date, Samuel Arbesman introduced me to the Hawthorne Effect, which is “when subjects behave differently if they know they are being studied. The effect was named after what happened in a factory called Hawthorne Works outside Chicago…Continue