Democratisation of data can lead to organisational problems, says expert panel

Stuart Sumner
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Democratising data puts power in the hands of staff instead of managers, which can bring with it a whole host of problems, warn experts at a recent Computing event

Democratising data - making information available to all staff at an organisation - takes power away from managers and risks exposing a misalignment of objectives. That's the opinion of Paul Fit...

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