August 18, 2020 @ 8:00 am - August 20, 2020 @ 5:00 pm
Meet Caserta at the annual MIT CDOIQ symposium. Hear from Caserta’s founding president Joe Caserta and “Father of Infonomics” Doug Laney as they deliver day-after-day keynotes.
The MIT Chief Data Officer and Information Quality Symposium is one of the key events for sharing and exchanging of cutting edge ideas, content and discussions. Our purpose is to advance the knowledge and accelerate the adoption of the role of Chief Data Officer (CDO) in all industries and geographical countries. As Data is a critical aspect of every organization, the symposium is focusing on the management and leadership of this critical element for the 21st century that will benefit every organization.
Despite Data Governance being a hot topic at organizations worldwide, operationalizing it has continued to be a monumental hurdle. Although many leading organizations have a data governance strategy in place, few have successfully implemented and operationalized their strategies. Join renown thought-leader and founding CEO of Caserta, Joe Caserta, for a dive into how to operationalize Data Governance. You’ll learn the many business opportunities of solid data governance strategy, challenges to operationalizing data governance, and actionable guidance on how to implement data governance at your organization. Key takeaways will include how to establish a data organization, modern master data techniques, automating data and IT governance, ensuring data quality in the modern data ecosystem, generating, harnessing and sharing metadata, and data access, privacy and sovereignty.
Caserta is a leading strategic technology consulting and implementation firm with a reputation for creating bold, state-of-the-art solutions. Our business is built around creative thinking and harmonious collaboration with our clients.
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