Last article in a four-part series.

Read the previous parts ->

Program adaptation

The first three parts of this article described the design of the new database and the migration of data. This last part describes how the applications will be modified to allow them to access the new database instead of the old IMS database.

According to the "European report on data confidentiality" by Symantec,

« 92% of French organizations are concerned about their ability to be in compliance with EU's General Data Protection Regulation »

96% of the surveyed companies (in France, Germany and the UK) only have a partial understanding of the upcoming GDPR.

The other day I was at my mechanic's shop for the annual inspection of my vehicle.

This is one of those small garages you can still find in towns, with his owner in blue overalls, friendly and yet a bit gruff.

You think your organization does all the right things when it comes to data management and your 50+ databases are well documented according to your DBA (DataBase Administrator). So why worry ?

Well, a DBA is indeed more than able to handle the technical issues of data storage, access and security, but what about the actual usage your organization makes of the data ?

DATA --> INFORMATION --> INTELLIGENCE

The emergence of Big Data in recent years has made it absolutely necessary for companies to think about a smart strategy of DLM (Data Lifecycle Management). No digital transformation is possible without it.

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