According to Gartner’s Doug Laney, some 80% of executives believe the value of their company’s data is reflected on their balance sheet, yet this increasingly valuable asset is rarely managed with the same discipline, principles and practices as financial or human capital or physical assets. How can a business bridge this gap? View this conversation I held at MIT’s Chief Data Officer Information Quality Symposium (MITCDOIQ) recently with Gartner VP Doug Laney and SiliconAngle’s Paul Gillin and Wikibon’s George Gilbert on theCube.
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