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Data governance is a dirty, never- ending job, but someone has to do it. And that someone could be you. The Register primer on delivering data governance may help you get your organisation galvanised into cleaning up the stables properly.

We have teamed up with our analyst partner Freeform Dynamics for this paper which educate readers about data governance best practices. The primer's 'meat' is based on studies conducted in 2008 and 2009 by Freeform Dynamics under the firm's community research programme and supported by Dataflux, the data management arm of SAS.

Freeform's research shows that a significant number of organisations struggle with the volume and distribution of information in their business. This results in a range of problems, many of which are related to the lack of guiding policies and related operational capabilities with which to enable or comply with such policy decisions.

Hence our primer, which contains a checklist of the elements one should consider in introducing governance Also, the authors tease out some of the underlying capabilities required to improve information quality and delivery. Sounds useful? Then download today.

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