Five Dimensions of Modern Data Provisioning

Presented by

Derek Brink from Aberdeen Strategy & Research, Jorge Lopez from AWS, and Steve Totman from Privitar

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When you think about what your organization wants, to help realize maximum business value from its data, these are the five dimensions that typically come to mind: Integrated: Data is integrated from multiple sources and available for analysis Accessible: Data is readily accessible by business users to conduct their own analysis Timely: Data is available to business users in the timeframe they need Accurate / Complete: Data is without errors / has nothing missing Compliant: Data is appropriately protected, and responsibly provisioned When all five of these dimensions are present at the same time -- as discussed by real-world insights from AWS and Privitar, and supported by primary research from Aberdeen Strategy & Research -- it can create tremendous opportunities for business transformation.

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