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Data and Information Assembly Australia

It’s been quite a while since I’ve last done a conference review, but last week I attended the Data and Information Assembly Australia. With a subtitle like “There and Back Again with Data Management” there were quite a few interesting topics covered. Organised and run by the ARK Group, it was a pretty smooth affair.

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Data Quality is in the Eye of the Beholder

At a very high level, data quality initiatives aim to ensure that the right data gets used by the right people to make good business decisions. There are various dimensions by which we can measure how “right” the data is. If we consider the value of the data – in terms of who uses it …

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Data Quality Framework

Last week I attended the Melbourne DAMA event, where Richard Kevan of Oakton presented a framework for representing and reporting data quality metrics, which they developed and implemented for the Australian Postal Services’ IT division. Other organisations also use similar frameworks. Such a framework can be used to represent, report on and analyse the measures …

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