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About Paige

USA

+5 years experience

Paige Bartley
Paige Bartley is a Senior Analyst in Ovum's Information Management team specializing in all aspects of the data lifecycle including creation, cleansing, security, privacy and productivity.

Working across the information management space, Paige researches how data use affects both large organizations and individuals alike. She provides insight and analysis into data ROI and successful organizational strategy. 

Paige’s other areas of expertise include, regulatory and legal matters, data quality, unstructured data and NLP, master data and records management, and neuroscience and cognitive science.

Prior to joining Ovum in 2016, she worked in research and marketing for ZL Technologies. 

 

Analyst Articles

Articles by Paige

  • Enterprise Vendor, Service Provider Markets, Enterprise Deci...

    Under GDPR, the enterprise needs to compete on consumer trust

    By Paige Bartley 05 Jun 2017

    For organizations that depend heavily on data processing as a business model, building trust with consumers and data subjects will increasingly become a competitive advantage under GDPR, as trust acts as the facilitator for consent.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Service Provider Markets, Enterprise Deci...

    For GDPR compliance, documentation is just as important as execution

    By Paige Bartley 05 May 2017

    With GDPR, documentation of the efforts made to reach a compliant state are nearly as important as meeting the requirements themselves, because they provide a record of the rationale, intent, and strategy that went into the process.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Decision-Maker

    Enterprise search doesn't diminish the need for repository governance

    By Paige Bartley 03 Apr 2017

    With enough sophistication in analysis, some search relevance can be inferred even from very "messy" data sets. However, this does not mean that the search ecosystem does not benefit immensely from strong governance practices within native data repositories.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Service Provider Markets, Enterprise Deci...

    Personal email use in government cannot be curbed by technology alone

    By Paige Bartley 09 Mar 2017

    Use of personal email accounts to conduct business by government officials has become an increasingly controversial topic, particularly in the US, but the issue remains largely one of information management policy enforcement within organizations themselves.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Service Provider Markets, Enterprise Deci...

    Personal email use in government cannot be curbed by technology alone

    By Paige Bartley 09 Mar 2017

    Use of personal email accounts to conduct business by government officials has become an increasingly controversial topic, particularly in the US, but the issue remains largely one of information management policy enforcement within organizations themselves.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Decision-Maker

    Identity is the missing link between privacy and security

    By Paige Bartley 22 Feb 2017

    With privacy difficult to define, it is a challenge for enterprises to enact IT strategy that protects privacy while also driving business value. Identity is emerging as an important strategic link back to the risk of real-world harm to individuals.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Decision-Maker

    Identity is the missing link between privacy and security

    By Paige Bartley 22 Feb 2017

    With privacy difficult to define, it is a challenge for enterprises to enact IT strategy that protects privacy while also driving business value. Identity is emerging as an important strategic link back to the risk of real-world harm to individuals.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Service Provider, Enterprise D...

    Shifting Internet structure is changing the approach to analytics

    By Paige Bartley 17 Jan 2017

    Many organizations take a "small" approach toward big data: identifying their highest-value subsets of data before investing resources. The rise of IoT is shifting this relationship, as businesses look for ways to scale data that is increasingly disparate and time-sensitive.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Service Provider, Enterprise D...

    Shifting Internet structure is changing the approach to analytics

    By Paige Bartley 17 Jan 2017

    Many organizations take a "small" approach toward big data: identifying their highest-value subsets of data before investing resources. The rise of IoT is shifting this relationship, as businesses look for ways to scale data that is increasingly disparate and time-sensitive.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Decision-Maker

    Medical device security begins with information management

    By Paige Bartley 03 Jan 2017

    In late December 2016, the FDA released an installation of cybersecurity guidelines focusing on postmarket risk management in connected medical devices. Combined with guidelines from 2014, they form a full product lifecycle-based continuum for better protecting the safety of patients.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Decision-Maker

    Revised CIOMS international guidelines shift perspectives on health-related data

    By Paige Bartley 12 Dec 2016

    The Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences (CIOMS) recently released a new version of its International Ethical Guidelines for Health-Related Research Involving Humans, underscoring the need to govern and protect privacy of health-related data -- even within the enterprise.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Decision-Maker

    User-friendly ETL is needed for the evolution of analytics infrastructure

    By Paige Bartley 06 Dec 2016

    In the struggle to unify different sources of data for use in analytics, the process of ETL (extract, transform, load) still presents a significant bottleneck in IT workflow. More user-friendly ETL tools could help unlock the potential of content, and allow a broader group of individuals to seamlessly participate in the data preparation process.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Decision-Maker

    User-friendly ETL is needed for the evolution of analytics infrastructure

    By Paige Bartley 06 Dec 2016

    In the struggle to unify different sources of data for use in analytics, the process of ETL (extract, transform, load) still presents a significant bottleneck in IT workflow. More user-friendly ETL tools could help unlock the potential of content, and allow a broader group of individuals to seamlessly participate in the data preparation process.

  • Enterprise Vendor, Enterprise Decision-Maker

    Fast data analytics requires even faster governance

    By Paige Bartley 14 Oct 2016

    The convergence of the real-time “fast data” trend with self-serve analytics models has massively widened the audience of BI end users in the enterprise. However, less-technical users often lack extensive knowledge of security, compliance, and data privacy issues. Governance architecture is the key to enabling these users to seamlessly leverage data for maximum ROI, while ensuring data quality and security.