Survey reveals 43% of executives see data management and governance as their top concern relating to technology-driven growth.
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Concerns about big data have become a leading ethical issue for executives and boards. A survey released this week found that 44% of executives polled said big data “poses the biggest ethical challenge" to their business.
Another 43% say that data management and governance is their top concern relating to tech-driven growth.
And that’s important because of the sheer number of companies now turning to digital technology and data-driven business models. The research, conducted by Forbes and the law firm Clifford Chance, found that 44% of companies are already using big data, 39% believe that they are “too bold” with their approach
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