Should linked data sets form part of your data strategy?

Tom Allen
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Computing brought IT leaders together at Tower 42 in London

CIOs at a Computing event agreed that linking data can add value, but can also introduce weaknesses

How data sets are linked is more valuable than their size, CIOs agreed one of Computing's recent IT Leaders' Club, sponsored by Informatica - but the practice also introduces a single point of fail...

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