The 22 annual MIT International Conference on Information Quality (ICIQ) provides a forum for both researchers and practitioners to exchange IQ knowledge and ideas. Practitioners and researchers present findings and experience related to topics such as IQ concepts, tools, measures, models and management; case studies; best practices, cost/benefit analysis, IQ and data warehousing, IQ and e-business, policies and standards. In addition to the official program, there is plenty of opportunity for informal discussion.
MIT ICIQ is the collaboration of several organizations. The Information Quality (IQ) Graduate Program at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock is designed to prepare students to pursue a variety of IQ careers such as IQ Manager, Analyst, Consultant, and/or System Developer or to pursue doctoral-level graduate studies in preparation for IQ research and instructional roles. More information.
Dr. Peter Aiken, Data Blueprint - MIT Information Quality 2013 Video by SiliconANGLE
The MIT Chief Data Officer and Information Quality (CDOIQ) symposium equips professionals with the understanding and means to significantly improve their organization’s information and to use that information as a core strategic tool. More information.
Dr. Richard Wang, MIT - MIT Information Quality 2013 Video by SiliconANGLE
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