As we think about data, let’s look at some large organization survey data from S&P Global Market Intelligence and Immuta.
84% said they thought data privacy and security requirements would limit access to data at their organizations over the next 24 months.
At least 90% of those who answered the survey said data quality and trust were becoming more important than the volume or quantity of data
60% of respondents said their organizations have a chief data officer, while 40% do not.
More than 71% said the number of data consumers in their organization has steadily increased over time. Another 73% added that more human and machine data consumers will need access to data over the next two years.
According to the survey, the changes to data consumption and deployment are also being affected by legislation, which found that 84% said their enterprise was subject to regulations like GDPR and HIPAA.
Why do we care?
I talk a lot about data management as a service, and it’s this insight on enterprise and large organizations that takes me there. These problems will exist at all sizes of organizations, and be addressed differently. A smaller company will outsource for help here – and this is the very definition of a business value style service. Getting into data management screams opportunity.