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Data Governance and Serverless Computing

By   15 hours ago

Some of the latest buzz in the Big Data world is centered around the complexity of on-premises, Hadoop technology implementation, and so enterprises are getting restless and moving to the Cloud. In an increasingly Cloud-friendly business landscape, Serverless Computing may hold more promise than retrofitting Hadoop. More and more global businesses are moving to the […]

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Why Sometimes Business Intelligence Projects Don’t Take Off

By   15 hours ago

Click to learn more about author Michele Iurillo. Oh. What a big question, I’m sure you’ve seen everything in your experience, but there are repeating patterns, taking some results of a recent Gartner survey, I’ll try to analyze the different problems. Projects that never end, erroneous reports, non-standardized data, difficulty in generating reports that say something, […]

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BAE Systems and Flexera Make Moving to the Cloud Easier Than Ever for Government Agencies

By   15 hours ago

A new press release reports, “BAE Systems announced a new strategic partnership with Flexera to help government agencies moving to the cloud better manage their software licenses and more accurately plan and budget for their future information technology (IT) needs. Under the partnership, BAE Systems, a company with unparalleled experience managing the cloud complexities that […]

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Hitachi Signs OEM License Agreement With Levyx to Address Big Data Applications in Japan

By   16 hours ago

According to a new press release, “Levyx Inc., a provider of system software for low latency big data platforms and applications to dramatically reduce Big Data infrastructure costs, announced today the signing of a license agreement with Hitachi Information & Telecommunication Engineering, Ltd. (Hitachi Engineering), a subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., focused on the development, design, […]

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IBM Security Opens Network of Four Secure Testing Facilities Globally

By   16 hours ago

A recent press release reports, “IBM Security today announced X-Force Red Labs, a network of four secure facilities dedicated to testing the security of devices and systems including consumer and industrial IoT technologies, automotive equipment, and Automated Teller Machines (ATMs). IBM X-Force Red also has launched a dedicated ATM Testing practice in response to increased […]

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Webinar: Data Quality for Non-Data People

By   19 hours ago

Original live date: August 9, 2018 To view just the slides from this presentation, click HERE >> About the Webinar Most companies do not think of data when they start out, let alone the quality of that data. With the proliferation of data and the usages of that data, organizations are compelled to focus more […]

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Slides: Data Quality for Non-Data People

By   19 hours ago

Original live date: August 9, 2018 Data Quality for Non-Data People from DATAVERSITY To view the On Demand recording from this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar Most companies do not think of data when they start out, let alone the quality of that data. With the proliferation of data and the usages of that […]

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Data Science in 90 Seconds: Principal Component Analysis

By   2 days ago

Click to learn more about video blogger Laura Kahn. This is Lesson 6 in the Data Science in 90 Seconds video blog series from host Laura Kahn. The series covers some of the most prominent questions in Data Science such as Supervised and Unsupervised Learning, K-Means Clustering, Naive Bayes, Decision Trees and Random Forests, Ridge Regression, […]

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Bitemporal Data Modeling: How to Learn from History

By   2 days ago

Click to learn more about author Mike Brody. Have you ever called about a real estate listing only to learn that the house has been taken off the market? Or had to pick up mail that should have been routed to your new home? Sometimes our records don’t reflect reality, and bitemporality exists to keep track […]

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    Aug 16 RWDG Webinar: The Non-Invasive Data Governance Framework

    By   3 months ago

    DATE: August 16, 2018 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar Data Governance is already taking place in your organization. The actions of defining, producing and using data are not new. People in your organization have, at a minimum, an informal level of accountability for the […]

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    Aug 21 Webinar: The Business Value of Data Modeling

    By   3 months ago

    DATE: August 21, 2018 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar With changes in software development methodologies, the role of the data modeler has changed significantly. In many organizations, data modelers now find themselves on the outside looking in, relegated to […]

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    Aug 23 DAS Webinar: Data Lake Architecture – Modern Strategies & Approaches

    By   3 months ago

    DATE: August 23, 2018 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar Data Lake or Data Swamp?  By now, we’ve likely all heard the comparison.  Data Lake architectures have the opportunity to provide the ability to integrate vast amounts of disparate data across the organization for strategic […]

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    Sep 5 DGPO Webinar: Operationalizing Data Governance at Freddie Mac

    By   3 months ago

    DATE: September 5, 2018 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar The Freddie Mac Single-Family Data Governance and Management (SF DG&M) department was established in 2014 to define how the business line should govern and manage their data.  We were tasked with developing and implementing data […]

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    Sep 6 DI&A Webinar: Advanced Databases and Knowledge Management

    By   3 months ago

    DATE: September 6, 2018 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar These days, there are other database technologies at play besides Hadoop. As more raw data is converted to action and knowledge, finding and understanding data requires other kinds of database technology. The days of the […]

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    Sep 11 DataEd Webinar: Metadata Strategies

    By   4 months ago

    DATE: September 11, 2018 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar The first step towards understanding what data assets mean for your organization is understanding what those assets mean for each other. Metadata—literally, data about data—is one of many Data Management disciplines inherent in good systems development, and is […]

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    Sep 20 RWDG Webinar: Measuring Data Governance Performance

    By   4 months ago

    DATE: September 20, 2018 TIME: 2 pm Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar There are two basic ways to measure the performance of a Data Governance program. The first way focuses on the acceptance of data governance into the organizational culture. The second way focuses on measuring the […]

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    Sep 25 Webinar: Business Processes to Compliance Procedures

    By   4 months ago

    DATE: September 25, 2018 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar As companies define their business objectives, they also need to establish business processes for the regulatory guidelines they will be required to meet, such as PCI DSS, HIPAA, or SOX. Corporate […]

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    Sep 27 DAS Webinar: Master Data Management – Practical Strategies for Integrating into Your Data Architecture

    By   4 months ago

    DATE: September 27, 2018 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar Master Data Management (MDM) provides organizations with an accurate and comprehensive view of their business-critical data such as Customers, Products, Vendors, and more.  While mastering these key data areas can be a complex task, the […]

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      Why Sometimes Business Intelligence Projects Don’t Take Off

      By   15 hours ago

      Click to learn more about author Michele Iurillo. Oh. What a big question, I’m sure you’ve seen everything in your experience, but there are repeating patterns, taking some results of a recent Gartner survey, I’ll try to analyze the different problems. Projects that never end, erroneous reports, non-standardized data, difficulty in generating reports that say something, […]

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      Data Science in 90 Seconds: Principal Component Analysis

      By   2 days ago

      Click to learn more about video blogger Laura Kahn. This is Lesson 6 in the Data Science in 90 Seconds video blog series from host Laura Kahn. The series covers some of the most prominent questions in Data Science such as Supervised and Unsupervised Learning, K-Means Clustering, Naive Bayes, Decision Trees and Random Forests, Ridge Regression, […]

      Read More →

      Bitemporal Data Modeling: How to Learn from History

      By   2 days ago

      Click to learn more about author Mike Brody. Have you ever called about a real estate listing only to learn that the house has been taken off the market? Or had to pick up mail that should have been routed to your new home? Sometimes our records don’t reflect reality, and bitemporality exists to keep track […]

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      Three Best Practices for Managing Distributed Applications Architecture

      By   5 days ago

      Click to learn more about author Patrick Hubbard. Make no mistake, distributed application architectures can bring tremendous benefits for business. For example, actually using Cloud the way it’s designed can achieve the cost savings promised years ago. But for enterprise IT, distributed architectures can create a problem—many of the monitoring tools we’ve relied on for years […]

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      Can Automation Save Big Data?

      By   5 days ago

      Click to learn more about author Amar Arsikere. “What would you think if I sang out of tune? Would you stand up and walk out on me?” The Beatles song everybody knows could also pass as the wilting rallying cry for Big Data, whose “tune” does seem out of sorts these days as more people question […]

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      Predictions for Embedded Analytics

      By   6 days ago

      Click to learn more about author Dean Yao. The Embedded Analytics market is growing at a rapid rate and will be worth $51.78 billion by 2022, and over the next few years, most organizations will begin to transform their traditional analytical techniques for analyzing business data to more advanced techniques using Embedded Analytics. If they don’t, […]

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      Your Personal Data is Up for Grabs: New Patents & New Scams Compromise Data Privacy

      By   7 days ago

      Click to learn more about author Cathy Nolan. How many ways can our privacy be compromised?  Recent patents and news articles can make us crazy thinking about how our privacy is being invaded both at work and in our homes.  First it was Amazon’s Echo and KitchenAid’s refrigerators recording what we said and transmitting it so […]

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      Design Thinking to Put a Governance Model that Doesn’t Fail

      By   1 week ago

      Click to learn more about author Tejasvi Addagada. Fully understand the problem – The generalized challenges that Chief Data Office (CDO) face today, are a good starting point to understand the deeper problem. If an existing Governance Model does not seem to work, it is better to start understanding the core beliefs and values in the […]

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      The Emergence of ”Metadata Science”? Using Graph Technology for Data Modeling

      By   1 week ago

      Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. Building Data Models from Meta Models Recently, I worked with a government client on a Knowledge Graph kind of project. Being government, much of their data is public information. And, consequently, so are the data models. Instead of diagramming the same data all over again, I decided […]

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        Data Governance and Serverless Computing

        By   15 hours ago

        Some of the latest buzz in the Big Data world is centered around the complexity of on-premises, Hadoop technology implementation, and so enterprises are getting restless and moving to the Cloud. In an increasingly Cloud-friendly business landscape, Serverless Computing may hold more promise than retrofitting Hadoop. More and more global businesses are moving to the […]

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        The Future Impact of Data Science on Business Analytics

        By   6 days ago

        The field of Data Science is in a transitional mode in terms of how the latest data technologies are being used to solve business problems for a strategic advantage. In the near future, Data Scientists will conduct their business very differently. As Big Data, algorithm economics, IoT, and Cloud continue to become mainstream across global […]

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        The Fundamentals of Microservices: Use Cases and Benefits

        By   7 days ago

        Microservices offer a number of benefits, which include helping release software faster, update software more frequently, and add new features more quickly. Microservices provide the flexibility to use different technologies and different programming languages, depending on the organization’s needs. The Microservice philosophy of decentralization effects the management and architecture of data. The traditional monolithic approach […]

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        The Value of Strong Metadata Discovery

        By   1 week ago

        Too often professionals such as Data Analysts, Data Architects, and Compliance Specialists find themselves at a loss when it comes to being able, on their own, to discover, understand and use the rich Metadata within large enterprise ERP and CRM applications. It becomes complicated, costly, and time-consuming for these users to pull relevant business-context subsets […]

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        The Fundamentals of Natural Language Processing and Natural Language Generation

        By   2 weeks ago

        Natural Language Processing (NLP) and Natural Language Generation (NLG) have gained importance in the field of Machine Learning (ML) due to the critical need to understand text, with its varying structure, implied meanings, sentiments, and intent. Natural Language Processing and Natural Language Generation have removed many of the communication barriers between humans and computers by […]

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        A Hybrid Approach to Leverage Intelligent Analytics

        By   2 weeks ago

        “The need to merge real-time analytical processing with on-the-spot transactional decision-making is a problem common to all industries,” noted Monte Zweben, Splice Machine’s cofounder and CEO in a recent DATAVERSITY® interview. Intelligent predictive applications are trained to learn and to adapt, rather than simply being programmed with a limited series of responses. Predictive applications can […]

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        The Leader’s Data Manifesto: Time to Focus on Why Data Management Matters

        By   2 weeks ago

        The Leader’s Data Manifesto, originally unveiled at the Enterprise Data World 2017 Conference, continues to generate attention from data professionals. The Manifesto counts hundreds of signatories at this point, expressing their support of its vision for data and information to be truly valued and managed as a business asset. Signers-on include Data Quality managers, Chief […]

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        Internet of Things vs. Edge Computing: Processing Real-Time Data

        By   3 weeks ago

        In Edge Computing, “data” is processed near the data source or at the edge of the network while in a typical Cloud environment, data processing happens in a centralized data storage location. The Forbes post This Is What You Need to Learn about Edge Computing provides a good illustration of this point. New iPhones have […]

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        A Brief History of Data Security

        By   3 weeks ago

        Data Security describes the protection of digital data from a cyberattack or a data breach. A data breach is the unauthorized opening of data, typically to read or copy the information. Stolen data may contain confidential information, such as customer data, credit card numbers, or trade secrets. A cyberattack is much more aggressive. It is […]

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          BAE Systems and Flexera Make Moving to the Cloud Easier Than Ever for Government Agencies

          By   15 hours ago

          A new press release reports, “BAE Systems announced a new strategic partnership with Flexera to help government agencies moving to the cloud better manage their software licenses and more accurately plan and budget for their future information technology (IT) needs. Under the partnership, BAE Systems, a company with unparalleled experience managing the cloud complexities that […]

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          Hitachi Signs OEM License Agreement With Levyx to Address Big Data Applications in Japan

          By   16 hours ago

          According to a new press release, “Levyx Inc., a provider of system software for low latency big data platforms and applications to dramatically reduce Big Data infrastructure costs, announced today the signing of a license agreement with Hitachi Information & Telecommunication Engineering, Ltd. (Hitachi Engineering), a subsidiary of Hitachi, Ltd., focused on the development, design, […]

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          IBM Security Opens Network of Four Secure Testing Facilities Globally

          By   16 hours ago

          A recent press release reports, “IBM Security today announced X-Force Red Labs, a network of four secure facilities dedicated to testing the security of devices and systems including consumer and industrial IoT technologies, automotive equipment, and Automated Teller Machines (ATMs). IBM X-Force Red also has launched a dedicated ATM Testing practice in response to increased […]

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          Alation Launches Partner Program to Support Enterprise Adoption of Data Catalogs

          By   2 days ago

          According to a recent press release, “Alation Inc., the data catalog company, today announced the launch of the Alation Partner Program, the first partner program dedicated to successful enterprise-wide deployment of data catalogs. As the data cataloging innovator, Alation is committed to ensuring that customers achieve the full benefit of enterprise-wide data catalog adoption and […]

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          Acronis Announces Partnership with Microsoft

          By   2 days ago

          A recent press release states, “Acronis, a global leader in hybrid cloud data protection and storage currently celebrating its 15-year anniversary, today announced a new strategic partnership with Microsoft for deeper integration of Acronis’ data protection products with Microsoft’s Azure cloud services. Acronis provides complete data protection for all Microsoft workloads (including workstations, servers, applications […]

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          Silwood Technology Limited Strikes Reseller Agreement with IDERA for Safyr Self-service Metadata Software

          By   2 days ago

          A recent press release reports, “Silwood Technology Ltd. which provides self-service metadata discovery software to simplify and speed up the exploitation of data in large, complex enterprise application packages, today announced a global reseller agreement with IDERA, a provider of powerful database productivity tools. Through this agreement, IDERA will market and resell Safyr® to complement […]

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          Revulytics Adds Advanced Functionality to Core Product Usage Analytics Offering

          By   5 days ago

          According to a new press release, “Revulytics®, Inc., a leading provider of software usage analytics for on-premise software, today announced the availability of advanced feature tracking and reporting capabilities in its core analytics offering helping all customers realize additional value from their product usage analytics. Available today, the upgraded Lifetime Feature Usage analysis allows every […]

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          BAE Systems to Develop Automated Cyber Defense Tools for DARPA

          By   5 days ago

          A recent press release reports, “The U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has selected BAE Systems to develop data-driven, cyber-hunting tools that detect and analyze cyber threats to help protect extremely large enterprise networks… Because most current tools do not offer the scale and processing speed needed to adequately defend enterprise networks, the goal […]

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          ORBCOMM Adds Data Analytics Capabilities to Its Industrial IoT Solutions

          By   5 days ago

          According to a recent press release, “ORBCOMM Inc., a global provider of Machine-to-Machine (M2M) and Internet of Things (IoT) solutions, today announced that it has released a new Cloud-based analytics service that leverages ORBCOMM’s extensive telematics expertise and industry-leading portfolio of IoT solutions to provide greater insights into the operations of its customers’ enterprises. With […]

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