All the activities that enable the collection of data from different sources: software, forms, databases, etc.).
A “self-fulfilling prophecy” phenomenon, which occurs when an erroneous belief leads to its own fulfillment. For example, a teacher tells a student that they are performing well (regardless of whether it is true or not): the student believes it, which improves their performance.
Data management system that centralizes and consolidates large amounts of data from multiple sources to facilitate business intelligence activities.
A process that confirms the identity of a user and presents them with certain content according to the roles they have been assigned.
A set of processes, functions, rules, standards and metrics that ensure that information is used effectively to help organizations achieve their goals.
The process of absorbing data from various sources and transferring it to a targeted site where it is deposited and analyzed.
The theories and techniques used to develop programs capable of simulating human intelligence: for example, in order to analyze large quantities of data and help in decision-making.
A coherent and structured group of data on a given subject that can be consulted or downloaded as a file.
Digital intelligence platform
Technological foundation allowing the deployment of all the tools necessary to set up, support and process data.
Protection of data against unauthorized disclosure, transfer, alteration or destruction, whether accidental or intentional.
The process of collecting, processing and analyzing data in order to make the best possible use of it for a targeted objective.