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Data Governance : How to Design, Deploy, and Sustain an Effective Data Governance Program

John LADLEY
Morgan Kaufmann American 234 pages

This book is for any manager or team leader that has the green light to implement a data governance program. While most data management books focus on analytics, Data Governance offers a complete picture of the oversight aspect of the "information pipeline," emphasizing core principles, processes, organization, and standards. As the sheer volume of data increases, the problem of managing it effectively has become ever more pressing, with issues surrounding the cost of storage, exponential growth of information, as well as administrative, management, and security concerns. The solution to being able to scale all of these issues up is data governance, which ensures that information provides better services to users and remains efficient and low risk. What you will find in this book is an overview of data governance, a practical guide to designing, initiating, and managing a DG program, and the information you need to keep that program sustainable. With the provided framework and real-world examples, you will be prepared to launch your very own successful and money-saving data governance program.


  • Provides a complete overview of the data governance lifecycle, that can help readers discern technology and staff needs
  • Specifically designed to meet the needs of managers who need to implement a data governance program at their companies
  • Case studies detail ‘do’s’ and ‘don’ts’ in real-world situations

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HTML and CSS : Design and Build Websites

Jon DUCKETT
John Wiley & Sons American 512 pages

Welcome to a nicer way to learn about HTML & CSS

Whether you want to design and build websites from scratch or take more control over an existing site, this book will help you create attractive, user-friendly web content. We understand that code can be intimidating, but take a look inside and you will see how this guide differs from many traditional programming books.

Each page introduces a new topic in a simple, visual way with straightforward explanations accompanied by bite-sized code samples. You will also find practical help on how to organize and design the pages of your site so that you can create websites that look stunning and are easy to use. No previous experience needed.


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