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Pragmatic Starting Points for Evolving Toward an Enterprise Metadata Management Discipline

Published: 17 January 2013

ID: G00231352

Analyst(s): Guido De Simoni

Summary

This note addresses how information management professionals can develop a migration path toward better enterprise metadata management, based on business value and changing business needs. This requires an EMM strategy managed across application, data and organizational silos.

Table Of Contents
  • Key Challenges

Introduction

Analysis

  • Let Business Value and Impact Drive Your EMM Strategy
    • Aligning Metadata Management Priorities With High Business Demand
  • Understand the Challenges in Evolving Current Metadata Management Practices to EMM
  • Evaluate Which Planned Projects and Initiatives Could Be Used as Opportunities to Create Pragmatic EMM Starting Points and Improvements
    • A Closer Look at the Potential Areas to Consider

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