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Paula Wiles Sigmon

Paula Wiles Sigmon has focused on data interchange, information integration, and information governance for the last 20 years. After earlier work in telecommunications and artificial intelligence software, she has held a variety of product management, product marketing, and other marketing management roles at TSI Software, Mercator Software, Ascential Software, and IBM. She studied at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland, and holds BA, MBA, and MA degrees from Agnes Scott College, Fairleigh Dickinson University and the University of Washington, respectively.


Measuring Confidence in Data

An IBM-commissioned survey provides insight into information governance implementation


The Orchestrators

Chief data officers find the right data, enhance its quality, and build confidence in it to drive business value


Beyond the Crystal Ball

Discover why data governance will take best supporting actor in 2014


Information Governance Takes the Stage

Many organizations are hiring data scientists, but do they also need information ethicists?


Meet the New Boss

Chief data officers bring a new level of confidence in big data


Trusting Big Data

Make business-critical decisions confidently without delay


Shattering the Data Governance Myth

An independent study reveals that big data needs agile information integration and governance

Context influences confidence in big data

Context Influences Confidence in Big Data

Data managers can learn a lesson in confidence from a can of tuna

Keeping your company out of the news

Keeping Your Company Out of the News

Protecting organizations from data leaks can guard reputations

The Big Data Paradox - More Data, Less Confidence

The Big Data Paradox: More Data, Less Confidence

Confidence is not an all-or-nothing attribute

Getting Started with Information Governance

Getting Started with Information Governance

Managing your master data

Getting Started with Information Governance

Getting Started with Information Governance: The Security and Privacy Approach

Protecting your data can protect your organization’s reputation