Data scientists offer insight into why the age-old problem of siloed data persists and some concrete advice to CIOs on how to break down the walls.
About the problems that arise from not sharing data throughout their organizations. Siloed data may pay short-term dividends for the departments using it, but it makes companies less efficient and less smart, Hare said. How is it possible that after years of talking about the need to break down data silos, hoarding information is still a big factor in why data analytics programs don’t deliver results?
Author: Brian Holak