Why Separating Good Data From Bad Is a Challenge

April 13, 2016

Data may be among the most important assets to a business, yet some databases are often treated like an afterthought. An organization’s data is all too often discarded to some forgotten corner of the data center, collecting the cyber-equivalent of dust and cobwebs . . .

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