Elliot King

Elliot King has reported on IT for 30 years. He is the former chair of the Department of Communication at Loyola University Maryland, where he founded an M.A. program in Emerging Media. He has written seven books and hundreds of articles about new technologies. Follow him on Twitter @elliotkingphd. He blogs at

Articles by Elliot King

Efforts in both data quality and master data management have only been partially successful. Not only is data quality difficult to achieve, it is a difficult problem even to approach. In addition, the scope of the problem keeps broadening.

Posted April 01, 2014