Monday, May 9, 2011

MIT Information Quality Symposium

This year I’m planning to attend the MIT IQ symposium again.  I’m also one of the vice chairs of the event. The symposium is a July event in Boston that is a discussion and exchange of ideas about data quality between practitioners and academicians.

I return to this conference and participate in the planning every year because I think it’s one of the most important data quality events.  The people here really do change the course of information management.  On these hot summer days in Boston, government, healthcare and general business professionals collaborate on the latest updates about data quality.  This event has the potential to dramatically change the world – the people, organizations, and governments who manage data. I’ve grown to really enjoy the combination of ground-breaking presentations, high ranking government officials, sharp consultants and MIT hallway chat that you find here.

If you have some travel budget, please consider joining me for this event.

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