For successful data discovery, analysts must be able to move quickly and iteratively through the discovery process with as little friction – and as much IT-independence – as possible. With self-sufficient people involved, ensuring data and analytics are both trustworthy and protected becomes more difficult and imperative. This becomes a careful balance of freedom versus control, and brings the role of governance to the forefront of the discovery conversation. But discovery and governance are seemingly at odds — how is it possible to create an environment that facilitates d
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