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Data Governance in the Internet of Everything

All the data in the world is useless if you can’t manage it.

With as many as 200 billion internet-connected sensors and devices expected by 2020, we’re fast approaching a world of big data – the Internet of Everything – but making the most of it requires advances in data governance.

For federal agencies, this explosion of data represents both a major challenge and opportunity: How can they ensure the availability, usability, integrity, and security of new data while using it to improve service and mission delivery?
Recorded Feb 4 2016 50 mins
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  • Data Governance in the Internet of Everything Recorded: Feb 4 2016 50 mins
    Presented by: Nextgov | Underwritten by: DLT Solutions | Veritas
    All the data in the world is useless if you can’t manage it.

    With as many as 200 billion internet-connected sensors and devices expected by 2020, we’re fast approaching a world of big data – the Internet of Everything – but making the most of it requires advances in data governance.

    For federal agencies, this explosion of data represents both a major challenge and opportunity: How can they ensure the availability, usability, integrity, and security of new data while using it to improve service and mission delivery?
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