Tag Archive for data management

Data Governance Should Be Embraced, Not Feared

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by Angela Guess IT-Online recently wrote, “There is a perception that data governance is a massive and intimidating task. Businesses know they should be doing it but they don’t know where to start. Data governance doesn’t need to be applied to the entire organisation in one fell swoop. Rather, when embarking on the data governance…

DGIQ Conference Brings Together Top Companies in the Business

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by Angela Guess We are happy to announce, “The upcoming Data Governance and Information Quality Conference (DGIQ) hosted by DebTech International, LLC and DATAVERSITY® has the support of several leading companies such as SAP®, SAS®, Adaptive as well as more than a dozen other companies and organizations. To view a complete list of sponsors visit…

UConn Health Chooses Qumulo for High-Performance Computing Infrastructure

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by Angela Guess A recent article out of the company reports, “Qumulo, pioneer of the world’s first data-aware scale-out NAS, today announced that UConn Health has chosen Qumulo Core for high-performance computing infrastructure to support life sciences research… Qumulo Core is designed for the rapidly growing storage performance, capacity, and data visibility needs faced by…

3 Qualities of Great Data Scientists

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by Angela Guess Hui Wang of PayPal recently wrote in VentureBeat, “With a growing demand for efficiency and accuracy, comes a growing demand for stellar data scientists. In fact, as of March 2015, there are over 60,000 job postings for data scientists on LinkedIn, and over 250,000 people listing data science as their profession. From…

MapR Integrates its Hadoop Distribution with Teradata QueryGrid

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by Angela Guess A recent article out of the company reports, “MapR Technologies, Inc., provider of the top-ranked distribution for Apache™ Hadoop®, today announced the integration of its utility-grade Hadoop distribution architected for real-time, data-centric enterprises with Teradata QueryGrid, providing best-in-class big data analytics across multiple data sets with a single query. ‘With tightly integrated…

RWDG Webinar: Data Governance Framework Components

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This presentation was given in a live webinar on April 16, 2015 Real-World Data Governance Webinar: Data Governance Framework Components from DATAVERSITY To view just the slides from this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar There are several basic components that go into delivering a successful and sustainable data governance program. Many of these framework…

RWDG Slides: Data Governance Framework Components

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This presentation was given in a live webinar on April 16, 2015 Real-World Data Governance Webinar: Data Governance Framework Components from DATAVERSITY  To view the On Demand webinar recording of this presentation, click HERE>> About the Webinar There are several basic components that go into delivering a successful and sustainable data governance program. Many of…

Data Governance for the Internet of Things

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by Angela Guess Ben Rossi recently wrote for Information Age, “A recent survey of information professionals, by Iron Mountain and AIIM, revealed that a third of businesses have yet to allocate content responsibility for instant messaging (39%), mobile (32%), social media (28%) and cloud-sharing (33%). But close to one in ten respondents said their organisations…

Why Your Business Needs a Big Data Strategy

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by Angela Guess David A. Kelly of Teradata recently wrote in Forbes, “Whether you fully believe the hype or not, big data will continue to have a fundamental impact on your business over the next few years. Yet jumping on the big data bandwagon can backfire in a very expensive way without a concise blueprint…

The CIO, the CMO, and NoSQL

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by Angela Guess Ian White recently wrote for IT Pro Portal, “In 2015, both the CIO and the CMO share the same fundamental challenge – effective information management… Both CMOs and CIOs need a solid foundation to work together. NoSQL databases do just that. Not having a pre-defined columnar schema allows for much more flexibility.…