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By Gemma Morris
26th April 2016

Last year we identified the trends of data management and the challenges of implementing Information Management strategies. After receiving some great responses our ‘Not waving but drowning, the state of data 2015’ whitepaper was created.

Now we’re in 2016 we want to know how your opinions and use of data has changed (or if it has improved at all). We want to hear your views on how you or your organisation uses data and what challenges your data still faces.

State of Data 2016

After such a great response our 2016 whitepaper is now complete. Download 'Adrift on a sea of data: The state of data 2016' to find out how the opinion and use of data in business has changed over the past year.

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