For Compliance and Better Management, Follow Database Advances

Hugh Stewart of Chartis Research outlines document and in-memory database advances, as well as data language developments likely to matter going into 2016

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Hugh Stewart, research director, Chartis Research

In a series of Q&As appearing over the last couple weeks of 2015, Inside Reference Data is asking financial services data management industry experts what progress they have seen in data management technology and leadership during 2015, how new and ongoing regulatory compliance and standards efforts will continue to affect data operations, and how increased attention to data harmonization efforts may change data management and operations in 2016. Today, we hear from Hugh Stewart, research direct

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