• Data Modeling Protect Data Integrity

    Posted on April 5, 2017 by Ken Graham in Data Integrity.

    Data modeling protects data integrity Data architecture is used to ensure data integrity by establishing the policies, rules, standards and models that define and govern how data is collected, accessed, stored, integrated and kept secure. Data modeling protects data integrity by illustrating through diagrams, flowcharts and text how data should be organized to flow toward […]

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  • The High Costs of Data Failure

    Posted on March 22, 2017 by Ken Graham in Data Integrity.

    The high costs of data failure In the age of “alternative facts,” understanding the difference between what’s real and what’s imagined to be real is more imperative than ever. Inaccurate information, whether it’s intentionally made up or an error in data entry, skews the knowledge base and can drive decision-making toward disastrous paths. That is […]

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