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The Secret to Aligning Business & Data Strategies 

In this contributed article, Radhika Krishnan, Chief Product Officer, Hitachi Vantara, explains how the modern enterprise doesn’t need more data. It needs better data – and more intelligent data management. The challenges are not trivial. But as you review your company’s data posture, it’s important to think seriously about treating data truly as an asset that can enhance outcomes for your company. If you do, DataOps will put you on the right path.

2022 Trends in Data Strategy: A New Archetype

In this contributed article, editorial consultant Jelani Harper discusses how selecting the right data strategy that’s applicable to a specific organization is no longer a point of academic interest. Data strategy is the substrate upon which the very notion of data management, and all its dimensions, depends. Developments in this facet of the data sphere directly impact all others, from the rudiments of data governance to advanced analytics spurring time-sensitive action.

Why You Need a Data Strategy for Your Customer’s Embedded Analytics

In this contributed article, Charles Caldwell,VP of Product Management at Logi Analytics, discusses how embedded analytics has become more than a “nice to have” feature for an application. It’s an end-user expectation. But meeting that expectation requires far more than meeting the initial task at hand. As your data architecture evolves, you will need to ensure your solution meets your customer’s needs as well as the performance expectations of the customer’s users.

2021 Trends in Data Strategy: Doing More With Less

In this contributed article, editorial consultant Jelani Harper suggests that organizations seek technology to do more with less during today’s turbulent business conditions. Data strategy elucidates what ‘more’ entails, whether it really can be achieved with less, and the longstanding consequences of leveraging various technologies to this end. It requires companies to uncover the intricacies of proactive and reactive approaches to improve what they do poorly, enabling them to achieve what they currently can’t.