Gartner Research

Predicts 2016: Information Strategy

Published: 09 December 2015

ID: G00293176

Analyst(s): Alan D. Duncan , Michael Moran , Alan Dayley , Saul Judah , Douglas Laney , Andrew White , Mario Faria , Guido De Simoni , Debra Logan


During the next several years, leading organizations will begin monetizing their data directly, will have chief data officers often hampered in various ways, and will focus information governance increasingly on the Internet of Things, metadata and master data.

Table Of Contents


  • What You Need to Know
  • Strategic Planning Assumptions
  • A Look Back

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