2018 is a big year for data as the GDPR comes into force in May. It’s undoubtedly sharpened focus on the industry and brought data issues to the forefront of many organisations. With this in mind, the release of our annual Global Data Management Research is particularly timely and it gives us a detailed insight into how organisations are faring in today’s ever complex digital world.
Last year, Experian commissioned Dylan Jones and the team at Data Migration Pro to carry out a programme of research looking at the current data migration landscape.
The output was a fascinating, ‘in-the-trenches’, account of modern migration practices that identified some clear trends that can lead to project success. This blog will give a good overview of the key findings, so read on for my highlights.
The ability to act quickly after a data breach is essential and is expected as part of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It’s only achievable however if you have a plan in place.
Current research from Experian and ComRes shows that one in five businesses of all sizes has experienced a data breach in the past two years (21%).
I was recently invited to take part in a ‘Chat with Channeliser’ about data quality. I always welcome any opportunity to talk about data quality because it’s a topic often dismissed as quite operational, but one which has big implications for organisations that don’t take it seriously. You can watch the full interview here but to whet your appetite, here’s a few key questions that we covered.