How Goldman Sachs Looked to Google To Reinvent its Data Management Strategy

Goldman Sachs' Joanne Hannaford explains how the bank borrowed innovative data techniques from firms like Google and Amazon to help shape its data management strategy.

Goldman Sachs adopted innovative technologies from Google and Amazon to tackle its data challenges.

One of the biggest challenges facing financial services firms today is not necessarily the amount of data they have to manage and store, but how much data they end up throwing away, given the fact that over the last couple of years they have produced increasingly large data volumes. 

At this year’s WatersTechnology Innovation Summit in London, Goldman Sachs’ head of technology, Joanne Hannaford, said that in order to tackle this challenge and create better data flows, organizations need to

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