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It comes as no surprise that organizations are hiring data scientists at a fast pace as they begin to recognize the value that data can bring to their organization. One of the challenges for Records Management, Information Governance and Information Security Professionals is that the data analytics beast needs to be fed large quantities of data sets to derive the maximum amount of value.
Data analytics is defintely here to stay but there needs to be discipline around the use of data. Say hello to data governance, which performs a valuable role by bringing stakeholders together and establishing policies, standards and guidance, among other things.
The author of the featured article, Bill Stolte, has a vast amount of knowledge about data governance and the use of data in general. Given his knowledge and experience, he was on my short list of prospective authors for writing about data.
I hope you enjoy this issue and, as always, please feel free to share your feedback with me.
Editor-In-Chief, exchange (NewsletterVP@armanyc.org)
Scott Fischer, Aurotech, Inc.
Jeffrey Gibson, Perfect Retention, Inc.
Margaret Snyder, Rockefeller Archive Center
Alwin Goodridge, Cleary Gottlieb
A. Caleb Gattegno, New York Life
Yujun Pian, United Nations