Michael Hiskey

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Michael Hiskey is a long-time data industry executive. An accomplished writer, speaker, and blogger, he spends much of his time thinking about innovations that impact the chief data officer and related business functions in organizations around the world. For 20 years, he has spearheaded projects in marketing, sales, software development, and customer success at companies from IBM and MicroStrategy to Kognitio and Trifacta. A proud New York Native, he holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and current runs marketing and strategy at Semarchy.

The opinions expressed in this blog are those of Michael Hiskey and do not necessarily represent those of IDG Communications, Inc., its parent, subsidiary or affiliated companies.

Human data is the future of information

When it comes to data, the interface matters as much as the information

When it comes to data, the interface matters as much as the information

Regulations like GDPR are getting headlines, but the song remains the same

Making sense of application data management

Making sense of application data management

Business solutions start with clear definitions of data

Making intelligent data hubs a reality

Making intelligent data hubs a reality

Beyond buzzwords and analyst-speak, putting data into practice

3 things CDAOs should do to fully understand and embrace the magnitude of their job

3 things CDAOs should do to fully understand and embrace the magnitude of their job

What should chief data and analytics officers do to substantiate their roles and deliver on the long-term goals they’ve been signed up to accomplish?

Data quality goes big-time with GDPR in 2018

Data quality goes big-time with GDPR in 2018

To the extent an organization can get back to the basics of mastering their data, they will not only meet the new requirements imposed by GDPR, but treat that data with the respect it deserves

4 roadblocks chief data officers face heading into 2018

4 roadblocks chief data officers face heading into 2018

CDOs will learn to acknowledge roadblocks that loom in the same place as victories

In data management, the history is the future

In data management, the history is the future

We live in the era of agile data management

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