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Trusted data means that the organization has the confidence that the data is fit-for-purpose for business use. Its understanding, discoverability, quality, and security lead to this trust factor. This ultimately drives organizational adoption delivering true competitive advantage.Explore all Frequently Asked Questions
A company’s data culture is the set of norms and beliefs around understanding all data and how to use it for decision making activities while adhering to all governance policies.
This is the quality or condition of being fluent in data where employees are trusted and empowered to make better business decisions using data.
DataOps, an umbrella term, refers to an organizations' collections of technical practices, workflows, cultural norms, and architectural patterns surrounding how they integrate their data assets into their business goals and processes.
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