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  • Holistic Data Governance: A Framework for Competitive Advantage

    The goal of data governance is not just to clarify who “owns” data but also to optimize its value. The data itself is merely the means to the desired end of improved business performance. Accordingly, the responsibility for data governance efforts should fall at least as much on business as it does on IT—and preferably more.

  • Insurance Marketing in a Digital Era

    This new IDC paper developed between Informatica and Cognizant explores the role of data in the insurance industry and how it is changing rapidly.

  • Accelerating Insurance Legacy Modernization

    As insurers retire legacy applications and archive dormant data, they must also protect themselves against the risks and costs of data breaches. This white paper examines why legacy modernization projects pose a risk of data breaches and offers a way for insurers to mitigate the risk.

  • CDO’s Handbook for Data Governance

    This CDO’s Handbook for Data Governance, written by Sunil Soares, provides practical guidance on how to build an impactful Data Governance program that drives your business. Download today!

  • FIMA: Modernizing Data Quality & Governance. Unlocking Performance & Reducing Risk

    This paper will evaluate how financial services companies are managing the challenges posed by data quality management. By analyzing which data types and data characteristics businesses are struggling with, we will uncover the true business costs associated with data quality. We will also gauge how data governance programs are maturing and how they are being measured. Finally, we will asses how data is being managed within financial institutions.

  • BCBS 239: Strategies and Capabilities

    Banks are facing increasing pressure from regulators to improve their reporting capabilities, with the Basel Committee’s Principles for effective risk data aggregation and risk reporting (BCBS239), released in January 2013, as a particular point of focus at present. This report explores existing capabilities and strategies being taking to comply with the BCBS 239 principles, with particular focus on data aggregation, data quality, counterparty risk transparency, data transparency and business comprehension, risk data initiatives.

  • Seven Data Strategies for Regulatory Compliance

    Compliance is a double-edged sword. Companies in every industry are subjected to regulations, rules, standards, and policies set by governments and industry consortia as a means for defending the common good. But this means companies must invest a significant amount of effort and money to ensure compliance, even when it is not clear if the process generates any other business value.

  • MD Anderson

    The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centeris a comprehensive cancer center with one mission - to end cancer. By aggregating clinical, research and genomic data, then ensuring it is reliable and accessible in the right place at the right time, MD Anderson is empowered to shorten research cycles and fuel its Moon Shots Program.

  • Bank of Dalian

    Bank of Dalian Uses Informatica Data Masking Solution to Protect Sensitive Data