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Sep 19 RWDG Webinar: Stay Non-Invasive in Your Data Governance Approach

DATE: September 19, 2019 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar There are three distinct approaches to implement Data Governance. The Command-and-Control Approach, the Traditional (if you build it they will come) Approach and the Non-Invasive…

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Why Data Security Needs to be a Top Management Concern

Click to learn more about author Madhan Kanagavel. The characters in this story are new, but the script is familiar: in July 2019, an alleged hacker breached Capital One’s virtual database, obtaining sensitive customer data for an estimated 100 million customers in the U.S. and an additional 6 million customers in Canada. Amid the arrest of the suspect, Capital One customers have been left questioning why their data was accessible…

What is Hierarchical Clustering and How Can an Organization Use it to Analyze Data?

Click to learn more about author Kartik Patel. This article discusses the analytical method of Hierarchical Clustering and how it can be used within an organization for analytical purposes. What is Hierarchical Clustering? Hierarchical Clustering is a process by which objects are classified into a number of groups so that they are as much dissimilar as possible from one group to another group and as much similar as possible within each…

The Hallmarks of a HIPAA-Compliant Embedded BI Solution

Click to learn more about author Mike Brody. Since the Final Omnibus Rule was added to HIPAA in 2013, software companies serving the American healthcare sector have grown used to double-checking their business partners for compliance with federal privacy regulations. Where once only healthcare providers, insurers, and other “covered entities” (CEs) were held accountable under HIPAA, now any business associates (BAs) and/or business associate subcontractors (BASs) involved in the handling of…

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Case Study: New Innovations in IoT Technologies for Manufacturers

Manufacturers want to save money, conserve energy, and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, but it’s a challenge to see where and when energy use is occurring. When the utility bill arrives, a manufacturer can see how much total energy was used, but energy use is not broken down on a machine-by-machine basis. Invisible energy use hides waste and makes efficient operation difficult, if not impossible. The E2e Project, a joint research…

Data Governance and Data Discovery: Enabling Data Regulation Implementation

Businesses are continuously striving to leverage data-driven insights or competitive intelligence, the concept of developing an organizational “data culture” will gain prominence. Data and data analytics will continue to play key roles in global businesses of the future. According to the article Why Data Culture Matters: “Organizational culture can accelerate the application of analytics, amplify its power, and steer companies away from risky outcomes.” Data culture being an integral part…

Bringing Hyperconvergence Architecture and VDIs to Everyone

A hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) uses software and/or hardware to create an IT infrastructure that virtualizes all of the needed elements to create an efficient and highly functional computer processing system. An HCI includes compute, networking, and a storage combined together in a virtualized environment, and normally runs on easily purchased, off-the-shelf commercial servers. The primary goal of a hyperconverged infrastructure is to simplify the process of managing data centers, while…

The Challenge of Scaling Transactional Databases

Generally speaking, databases are storage systems with various built-in software features to manage the movement of data within. A database management system (DBMS) describes software controlling other programs and applications. The creation and implementation of a well-designed database is a serious challenge. With the evolution of data volumes and constantly changing needs, new types of databases with specific uses are needed. Most traditional platforms use a relational SQL system of…

Data Strategy and Serverless Computing: How Do They Work Together?

Businesses need a strong Data Strategy to manage vast amounts of data, drive innovation, develop a data culture, and to maintain a competitive advantage. Though cloud environments offer fast, high-volume data collection and scalable storage space; machine learning-powered data preparation; AI-enabled analytics; data backup and recovery facilities — leaving the developers free to pursue coding. Although cloud security is still a common concern, the advantages far outweigh the security-related headaches.…

Case Study: Nearmap Advances AI-driven Location Intelligence

If a picture is worth a thousand words, but still missing valuable location data, then why not use artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) to fill in the gaps? Take the image of Perth, Australia, below: This graphic below shows vast data sets containing buildings, green spaces, roads to travel, and parking lots. Drill down even further and see rooftops, solar panels, fire hydrants, gas lines, and many other…

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