Archive | May, 2010
DG Starting Point

How to Set the Right Initial Scope for Data Governance

Enterprise Data Governance Blog Series: No. 7

Data governance can seem like a daunting task. Described generically, it has the potential to take on an impossibly large scope and a pervasive, enterprise-wide reach. But data governance doesn’t need to solve world hunger … at least not at first. Successful organizations embarking on the data governance journey have thrived by first starting small, […]

Read full storyComments { 3 }

Send in the Yellow Jerseys: Organizing for Data Governance

Enterprise Data Governance Blog Series: No. 6

Data governance  institutes a system of accountability when it comes to an organization’s most important data assets. Data providers have an obligation to meet the needs of data consumers when the benefit outweighs the cost. Because this obligation exists across the organization despite functional or geographic distinctions, we have to start with the right organizational […]

Read full storyComments { 4 }

Kalido announces new partnership with Teradata

Today we announced a significant new partnership with Teradata, the world leader in data warehousing and enterprise analytics. This new alliance will deliver the flexibility and agility of Kalido running on the Teradata family of appliances.

Read full storyComments { 0 }

Data Governance Should be Formalized as a Business Process

Enterprise Data Governance Blog Series: No. 5

We at Kalido frequently describe data governance as the business process of managing data assets. Data governance processes are day-to-day activities no different than other end-to-end business processes like order-to-cash and procure-to-pay. Data policies are the instruments of data governance; therefore, activities of data governance should be based on the lifecycle of data policies. We […]

Read full storyComments { 9 }