Shedding Light on Dark Data

Making connections among sources yields predictive information

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The term "dark data" and what it represents is being raised more often lately by industry service providers and consultancies as an issue of concern. With this increased attention, some are uncertain about what exactly "dark data" means in the context of financial services industry data management.

Dark data shouldn't be understood literally, as though it were about using data for "nefarious purposes," says Charles Fiori, a consultant with long industry experience at firms and service providers,

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