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Sep 30 Webinar: Data Modeling and Relational to NoSQL

DATE: September 30, 2021 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar Making the move to a document database can be intimidating. Yes, its flexible data model gives you a lot of choices, but it also raises…

Oct 12 DataEd Webinar: Essential Metadata Strategies

DATE: October 12, 2021 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar The first step towards understanding data assets’ impact on your organization is understanding what those assets mean for each other. Metadata — literally, data about…

Oct 14 ADV Webinar: Methods of Organizational Change Management

DATE: October 14, 2021 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees About the Webinar The disparity between expecting change and managing it — the “change gap” — is growing at an unprecedented pace. This has put many information management shops into traction as they…

Latest Blogs by Industry Experts

5 Critical Factors to Consider When Choosing a Data Warehouse Solution

Click to learn more about author Ammar Ali. We have seen an unprecedented increase in modern data warehouse solutions among enterprises in recent years. Experts believe that this trend will continue: The global data warehousing market is projected to reach $51.18 billion by 2028.  The reason is pretty obvious – businesses want to leverage the power of data to make winning decisions, and a robust data warehouse makes it possible. A data warehouse’s…

How to Succeed as a Modern Enterprise: Breaking Down Content Distribution

Click to learn more about author Doug Kennedy. Digital transformation is rapidly accelerating, which is enormously exciting as industries evolve for the future. But change does not come without some bumps in the road. One area that enterprises have struggled to figure out is efficient content distribution. Content distribution isn’t something that people talk much about, or at least they didn’t prior to the pandemic. Problems like security, automation, and…

Data-Intensive University Research Finds Value in Open Storage

Click to learn more about author Morgan Littlewood. Much has been written about the hunger for data storage in university research, whether in the humanities, arts, social sciences, genomic studies, astronomy, or seismic research. An increasingly popular option has been open-source storage – or “Open Storage” – which is software that is developed in a public, collaborative manner under a license that permits the free use, distribution, and modification of…

The Ways Hybrid Cloud Can Work for Your Always-On Business

Click to learn more about author Arno Witvliet. As organizations go global and Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) and cloud-hosted online services grow, companies have adapted to an “always-on” model. Both technical and non-technical organizations are increasingly relying on online software, which only serves to increase the prevalence of always-on platforms in all aspects of our lives. The rise of online streaming services such as Netflix and Spotify, digital workspaces such as Google…

Recent Articles

So You Want to be a Big Data Analyst?

With the increasing use of big data by organizations in every field, the need for big data analysts will continue to grow. Big data analysts examine vast amounts of varied…

Enterprise Analytics Trends

Evan Terry, Chief Analytics Officer at Velocity Mortgage Capital said that enterprise analytics technology is increasingly sophisticated, due to machine learning, artificial intelligence (AI), and streaming analytics, but you can’t…

The Distributed Cloud and Data Governance

The business of Data Management embraced new complexities when diverse types of data started flowing in—in huge volumes through multiple data channels and in real time. Analysis of very high-speed,…

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What Is Data Architecture?

According to the Data Management Body of Knowledge (DMBOK), Data Architecture “includes specifications used to describe…

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