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IDC Analyst Perspective: Controlling Data in the Future of Operations

IDC Analyst Perspective: Controlling Data in the Future of Operations

As enterprises move toward a future of operations that will require near-real-time, data-driven decision-making, data landscapes that are highly distributed, diverse, and dynamic will demand architectural, methodical, and cultural approaches to data control.

Download the IDC Perspective: Controlling Data in the Future of Operations by Stewart Bond, IDC data intelligence and integration software research director, to learn how bringing together operational technology, information technology and partner data will require integration, rationalization and control to cultivate the data trust required to deliver data-driven outcomes. Discover the benefits of a data control plane architecture to harness complex data landscapes in modern operational and analytical data environments, and architectural considerations teams should assess when putting together a future operations-ready architectural roadmap.

Better understand the current state of organizational data trust according to recent IDC research and the data literacy information many organizational users value the most but often lack today. Learn how data intelligence software, such as erwin Data Intelligence by Quest, can bridge the data trust gap by providing the data landscape transparency and data governance to ensure operational data is used in proper context. Download this analyst brief today to start planning for the data control needed for the future of operations.

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IDC Analyst Perspective: Controlling Data in the Future of Operations