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VOLUME 18 ISSUE 04 - APRIL 2014

The April 2014 issue of TDAN.com was posted on April 1. Thank you, as always, for being a reader.

The April issue of TDAN.com contains New Articles from Robert S. Seiner (Non-Invasive Data Governance™ Versus Other Approaches to Data Governance), Daragh O Brien (Information Governance), Traci E. Davis (Research on Data Warehousing Specialists) and Aaron Zornes (Mind the Governance Gap).

New Feature Columns were added from Robert S. Seiner (Real-World Data Governance - April 2014), Gil Laware and Frank Kowalkowski (The Skeptical Architect - April 2014), Craig S. Mullins (The Database Report - April 2014) and Ron Ross (Business Rules - March 2014).

A New Special Feature, a review of the latest book from Larissa Moss by David Haertzen was added, and the Best of 2013 Special Features are still listed from Jelani Harper (Walk Softly: Why Non-Invasive Data Governance Wins) and Robert S. Seiner with Pablo Riboldi (Interview of 2013 Data Governance Best Practice Award Winner).

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