I was recently asked:
“What would you expect to see included in a data quality issues log?”.
This is a great question because although some modern data quality tools will allow you to track data quality issues, a lot of data quality defects are first reported by everyday business users. We therefore need a method of tracking from both a business and technical perspective.
There were a vast amount of questions that were asked before, during and after our webinar ‘Squaring the Circle: Using a data governance framework to support Data Quality’ on the 4th September and unfortunately we ran out of time to answer them all. So, Janani and I thought we would incorporate your questions and turn this blog post into a virtual Q&A session.
A friend of mine recently moved into a new build flat earlier this year. The move went quiet smooth in terms of shifting and lifting his belongings. What didn’t go well was him having to do what all responsible adults do; take out insurance on his flat, car and gadgets.
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