Plug and Play – The Future for Data

Are we still thinking “Plug and play” is limited to electronic devices only? Not anymore says, Ken O’Connor. Data architects have to think about seamless integration not only within the organization but with the entire business ecosystem.

Liliendahl on Data Quality

What does the future for data and the need for power when travelling have in common? A lot, as Ken O’Connor explains in today’s guest blog post:

Bob Lambert wrote an excellent article recently summarising the New Direction for Data set out at Enterprise Data World 2017 (#EDW17). As Bob points out “Those (organisations) that effectively manage data perform far better than organisations that don’t”. A key theme from #EDW17 is for data management professionals to “be positive” and to focus on the business benefits of treating data as an asset. On a related theme, Henrik on this bloghas been highlighting the emergence and value to be derived from business ecosystems and digital platforms.

Building on Bob and Henrik’s ideas, I believe we need a paradigm shift in the way we think and talk about data. We need to promote the business benefits of data sharing via

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Author: Abhishek Srivastava

Solutions-focused, Innovative, and accomplished Enterprise architecture expert with more than 2 decades of technical management achievements with F500 companies (AmEx, American Airlines, Western Union), Abhishek Srivastava continues to deliver exceptional enterprise architecture buildout, revamp, and modernization efforts as Director/VP of Enterprise Architecture. As a technology leader, Abhishek works for Deloitte, where he excels in building and overseeing high performing consulting teams in Strategy and Analytics biz area in delivering large, high-availability systems. He also forges lasting relationships, driving stakeholder engagement and project alignment. As an out-of-the-box thinker, he provides unique solutions and uses state-of-the-art technologies – including AI, ML, cloud, and data solutions – to exceed all expectations. Supporting these achievements are his exemplary educational qualifications. These include an MBA from The University of Texas at Austin, an Engineering degree from IIT, PMP certification, and attainment of 3X AWS Certifications (Solutions Architect, Machine Learning, and Cloud Practitioner). Abhishek blogs about Data, Cloud and Enterprise architecture at http://www.abhisrivastava.com. He can be reached at asrivastava3@gmail.com and https://www.linkedin.com/in/abhisheksrivastava10/

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