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Chief data officers (CDOs) first appeared in enterprise organizations after the Sarbanes Oxley Act became law in the United States in 2002 to improve corporate governance controls. CDOs started with a trickle, but have since become a flood, now populating more than two-thirds of large enterprises, according to a recent survey by NewVantage Partners. To explore this dynamic role in detail, we invited Joe Dossantos, newly minted CDO for the data and analytics software vendor Qlik. Joe is responsible for data governance, internal data delivery, and self-service enablement. He also evangelizes data and analytics best practices to Qlik customers. Prior to joining Qlik, Joe led TD Bank’s data strategy, and built and ran the Big Data Consulting Practice for EMC Corporation's Professional Services Organization.