Data retention – More value, less filling

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21st Dec 2004

In the past 15 years the volume of data under management by many organisations has grown exponentially. But that’s not the only story. The relative ownership of the data has shifted as well. Transactional, contact, billing and accounting information which were acquired with the assumption that the acquiring organization had sole rights to it now face the fact that in large part they are mere stewards of this information and accountable to shareholders, federal and state regulatory agencies, individual customers along with internal knowledge workers.

By John Murphy

About the author

John Murphy has been an independent consultant specialising in enterprise data architecture and management for the past 13 years with over 20 years of experience in corporate data analysis and IT project management. Based in Evergreen, Colorado, his consulting practice services corporate and governmental customers world-wide.

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