Paige is a Senior Research Analyst for the Data, AI & Analytics Channel at 451 Research, a part of S&P Global Market Intelligence, covering core data management topics. Key themes include data privacy, data governance, data integration, metadata management, data quality and master data management. She has experience covering a broad range of technologies spanning the Data, AI & Analytics stack, from databases to self-service analytics.
In her current research, Paige is analyzing the need for information governance to maximize the value of enterprise data amid proliferating global regulatory requirements and rising consumer expectations for data stewardship. With data privacy and compliance as a specialty focus, Paige explores how the enterprise can align technical requirements with business strategy, enabling more profitable and compliant leverage of data.
Early in her career, Paige worked on the vendor side, providing marketing and strategy for ZL Technologies, an information governance provider that specializes in the management of unstructured data for compliance, legal and archiving needs. Prior to working at 451 Research, she was a Senior Analyst at Ovum (now Omdia).
Paige received her Bachelor of Science degree in psychology and neuroscience from Duke University, and a Master of Management Studies (MMS) degree from the Duke University Fuqua School of Business.