Tag Archive: governance

Agile Information Architecture

In this blog post I cover the concept of an Agile Information Architecture. The terms “agile” and “architecture” in one phrase almost seem like a contradiction. So, here I unpack this term to clarify its meaning, ascertain its relevance within the broader field of BI, and to discuss a useful tool that can be utilised …

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Big Data Privacy

In my previous blog I discussed Big Data Security, which is about the protection of data in storage and in transit. In this post I focus on privacy, which refers to protecting the rights of the individuals or organisations represented by the data. Privacy breaches of any sensitive data can cost an organisation dearly, both …

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Big Data Security

Because Big Data is really about volumes of new information moving into, within and through the organisation, two key factors that must be considered are security and privacy. Security is about the protection of the data in storage and in transit, whereas privacy refers to protecting the rights of the “subjects” represented by the data. …

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