Even greater reliance on data could be the greatest thing to emerge from the pandemic, say IT leaders

Stuart Sumner
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Greg Hanson, Informatica

A panel of senior IT leaders hosted by Computing argue that the pandemic has broadened enterprise interest in data, but warn that care must be taken to present the right data and tools

Greater demands for access to data in order to drive better decision making is one of the trends to emerge from the Coronavirus pandemic. That was one of the themes of a roundtable for senior IT...

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