July 2018: But Here There Are No Cows

In the latest issue of IDM, we consider arguments of fence vs. flow when it comes to data management.

Jamie Hyman 2017

As strategic approaches to data become increasingly holistic, firms are moving away from an infrastructure cobbled together from disparate silos toward what is seen by many as a data utopia: systems where clean data quickly and smoothly flows between departments as needed.

When contemplating whether to build or push through fences, though, we might consider stretching the definition of what data is worth tracking, and how it is interpreted and put to work. As politicians wrestle over climate

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