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Understanding Data Governance for Creative Businesses


With more and more creative teams becoming fully remote, many businesses are struggling to manage and secure critical content spread across more clouds, platforms, and devices than ever before.

This eBook will provide you with a no-nonsense guide on;

  • Why data governance matters to you
  • Simple steps on how to get started
  • Warning signs you need a Data Governance strategy
  • How to assess your current preparedness

Also included is a SMART guide on how to build a successful Governance Framework and a 4-page list of commonly used Data Governance terms and what they mean.

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