SAS: What is a data governance framework – and do I already have one?

Since the first person flipped the power switch on the first computer, IT and business groups have made decisions on what to do with the data used by, and created by, technology. While you’re no longer filing punch cards or archiving magnetic tapes (probably), you still need to govern data on a daily basis. That has led to the need for a data governance framework – an overarching approach to how you collect, manage and archive data in your enterprise.

A new white paper unveils a data

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