I thought, before drafting a reply, I would look at a few definitions of Data Governance and I found these:
While OBASHI doesn't deal with the specific content of the data, it does provide a framework on which we can make…"
Thought I would share some thoughts...I recently came across OBASHI Methodology after researching for appropriate Enterprise Architecture diagram / notation methods in relation to Data Governance. I have found that the ability to dynamically join the dots between the Business and IT assets enables Data Governance to visualise the Data Map of a company.The mapping of Data Flows certainly provided possibilities for layers of Data Types for Organisational Mapping ie Personal Data, Sensitive…See More
Thanks for a very good question.... We have recently been working with a client who wanted some clarity around the three cloud services they utilised, hosted in three separate data centres, split over two parts of the business, and how…"
That makes sense to me, but on a similar vein, where would a data centre sit? Within section 6 of the manual it is hinted that the data centre is part of the Owner element, but I can't see how that would be. Surely the owner is the a…"
OBASHI Think started off as an idea.......
where we could challenge conventional thinking and show just how useful OBASHI is; where people who "get it" can share what they think; where seeing the "big picture" is second nature and where "joining the dots" is more important than "ticking boxes."