A data strategy has many components, but a trinity of drivers leads to true data democracy: Management, Trust and Visibility. Businesses must be able to manage the data they have to extract value easily.
Welcome to the third podcast in this series, The Democratisation of Data.
Businesses must be able to manage the data they have to extract value easily. Data must be trusted, as strategic business decisions can be based on a single source of truth. And within the security aspect of data democracy, data must be protected from attack.
Danny Sandwell – Consultant Market Strategist at Quest Software.
Danny is an IT industry veteran who has focused on delivering value from data for more than 30 years. As Senior Market Strategist at Quest, he is responsible for communicating the technical capabilities, synergies and business value of the company’s data empowerment solutions. During Danny’s 20+ years with the erwin brand, he also has worked in pre-sales consulting, product management, business development and business strategy roles – all giving him opportunities to engage with customers across various industries as they plan, develop, govern, protect and deliver their enterprise data architectures and assets. His goal is to help enterprises unlock the value of their data assets while mitigating data-related risks.
Follow Danny here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/danny-sandwell-20a607/
Quest Software is a global provider to 130,000 companies across 100 countries, including 95% of the Fortune 500 and 90% of the Global 1000.
For more than 30 years, Quest Software’s award-winning, market-leading solutions have been protecting and empowering identities, users, applications, data, streamlining IT operations and hardening cybersecurity from the inside out.
Quest’s mission is to help customers build a sustainable foundation that enables agility, adaptability, and resilience that maximizes the business impact of their customer’s data.
Visit the Quest Software website to discover how Quest can support your data democratisation journey.
Join us for the fourth and final part of this series, where we will consider why data users often don’t trust the information they are using.