Move your data maturity to the next level.
You probably have taken your first steps into moving some of your data into the cloud. But what’s being done with all the data in your organization at the moment? Do you have a clear overview of the data in all of your environments? Are you in control of how your data is interpreted, by who, and which teams are using it? Is there a single source of truth? If the answer is no to some of these questions, it might be time to take the next steps into becoming an even better data-driven organization.
In this webinar, organized by Microsoft and Devoteam, we will talk about taking the next steps and moving your maturity when it comes to data to the next level. We will talk about what issues might arise, what can be done about them, and what technologies can help to achieve your goals.
How do you create a team of people that get a grasp on data lineage within your organization? How do you motivate your employees or colleagues to take the next steps in becoming more mature on a data level?
What do your internal data processes look like? What are the steps taken when data analysis is done? Does every team contact the data owner by themselves? Do they all have the same source of truth or do they create one of their own? How can you make these processes more fluid, compliant, and manageable?
Centralizing your data and creating a single source of truth for this is key. We will take you through the steps you need to take into creating this. It doesn’t have to be a sudden, major migration, it’s something you can do in steps and we will show you how.
What technologies are available that provide the tools for this? We will share more information about the latest tools to work with and give an overview of the latest Azure capabilities for data analysis, management and control.
Take the next steps to improve the business value of your data. Please join us on March 10 for more information.
- Starting with Data
- Central data pillar – Warehouse & Data lake
- Pragmatic approach to start from technology point of view
- Pragmatic approach to start from a people point of view
- How can we help?