Data as an Asset: The New Challenges of Data Governance and How Asia/Pacific Financial Services Should Respond
|出版日期||內容資訊||英文 12 Pages
|資產的資料:資料管治的新課題和亞太地區的金融服務的支援 Data as an Asset: The New Challenges of Data Governance and How Asia/Pacific Financial Services Should Respond|
|出版日期: 2020年08月11日||內容資訊: 英文 12 Pages||
本報告提供從資料到數位 (Data-to-Digital) 強力資料管治的必要性和優點相關驗證等系統性資訊。
This IDC Perspective highlights the need for and benefit of strong data governance to deliver Data to Digital. Although most financial services institutions (FSIs) have invested in, and have used some form of, data governance, an integrated and holistic data intelligence platform for Data-to-Digital governance is now required to handle digital data volumes and complexities."Data will not maintain its value unless governed properly to keep the characteristics that make it accurate, intelligent, trustworthy, and connected. Metadata, data lineage, data source, and other characteristics for high-quality digital data must be defined and maintained continuously. Ultimately, these characteristics create the foundations for the trusted use of data throughout the enterprise," says Michael Araneta, associate VP, IDC Financial Insights Asia/Pacific."Although previous data governance approaches have improved data quality and understanding, the risk of having any data inaccuracies or biases in today's digital world can be fatal for a FSI. Unless strong data governance using a data intelligence platform is in place, Data-to-Digital initiatives are likely to be problematic, costly, and slow to deliver," adds Steve Shipley, senior executive adviser, IDC Financial Insights Asia/Pacific.