Emerging technologies like 5G, IoT, artificial intelligence, and machine learning are disrupting data management in new and unforeseen ways. All modern data governance programs will need to understand how to leverage these technologies in order to successful.
Best known as the world’s foremost authority on metadata management and data governance, he is an internationally recognized expert in the fields of data management, advanced analytics, data warehouse, business intelligence and data stewardship. In 2004 David Marco was named the “Melvil Dewey of Metadata” by Crain’s Chicago Business as he was selected to their very prestigious “Top 40 Under 40” list. He followed up this honor in 2007 by being named one of DePaul University’s “Top 14 Alumni Under 40”. In 2008 David Marco was enshrined into the very select DAMA Data Management Hall of Fame (Professional Achievement Award) which is the highest honor a data management professional can attain. He is the president of DataManagementU.com and is their lead contributor. David has also earned his CDMP, CDP, and CBIP certifications.
David Marco is the author of the widely acclaimed, top-selling books “Universal Meta Data Models” and “Building and Managing the Meta Data Repository” which were translated into Mandarin (Chinese). In addition, he is a coauthor of “Impossible Data Warehouse Situations and Solutions From The Experts” and “Data Resource Management”. David Marco has published hundreds of articles some of which have been translated into Mandarin, Russian, Portuguese and others, was a regular columnist for several technology magazines, the President of DataManagementU.com and has served as a judge in dozens of industry awards.
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