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Getting RPA to the Next Level

Click to learn more about author Tom Thaler Robotic process automation (RPA) is the fastest-growing segment of the global enterprise software market. That said, it’s not surprising that 41% of all operational process improvement programs focus on process automation and that RPA skills rank in the top three most important skills in achieving operational process excellence. Furthermore, McKinsey estimates that about 50% of today’s workforce activities could be automated and…

Evolving Software Business Models Require New Approaches to Customer Relationships

Click to learn more about author Nicole Segerer Any healthy relationship requires attention. It relies on thoughtful interactions, openness, and ongoing care. This is also true about the relationship between a software supplier and its customers. When a supplier tends to its relationship with a customer effectively, the chances for long-term success grow. An all-encompassing view of the customer relationship can bolster customer satisfaction, help develop new markets and create…

How to Protect Critical Data on Endpoints with Endpoint DLP

Click here to learn more about Gilad David Maayan. Data is a valuable resource in today’s world. It only makes sense to protect your data by investing in proper security measures rather than granting open access to everyone. An endpoint Data Loss Prevention (DLP) strategy will help you protect your endpoints or at least mitigate the damage caused by leaked or lost data. Read on to discover the benefits and…

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What is a Data Analyst?

Data analysts help businesses make better, more informed decisions by not only collecting and…

What is a Data Architect?

A data architect provides clear specifications, models, and definitions, translating a business’ Data Strategy…

What is a Data Engineer?

Data engineers build Data Architecture  through infrastructures and foundations. A data engineer is tasked…

What is Data Literacy?

Data literacy describes the ability to read, work with, analyze, and argue with data,…

What is DataOps?

DataOps (Data Operations) is collaborative Data Management practices “focused on improving the communication, integration,…

What is a Data Scientist?

Data scientists emphasize rigor and performance when obtaining, scrubbing, exploring, modeling, and interpreting data.…

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What Enterprise Architecture Does for Organizations

Enterprise Architecture helps growing businesses and corporations to realize their strategic goals. It applies architectural principles to help large or growing organizations to navigate the changes that influence business, information, and technology in the modern world. Enterprise Architecture supports businesses in creating competitive advantages, reducing risk, and promoting cost-efficiency and scalability. Enterprise Architecture (EA) came about in the 1960s. In a series of papers, Professor Dewey Walker laid out the…

Case Study: Helsana Automates Their Data Warehouse Infrastructure

Switzerland’s largest health insurance provider Helsana serves one out of every four insured, which translates into 1.9 million customers and 6.4 billion Swiss francs in sales annually. In the past, innovation had been prevented by reliance on hand-coding, manual processes, and institutional knowledge held by individuals, said Gallus Messmer, data warehouse architect at Helsana — so they set out to find a way to modernize.   Helsana’s BI & data…

Driving Good Data Management Across the Enterprise

Data Management develops in stages across the enterprise, according to the DATAVERSITY® Trends in Data Management Report. One or a few teams take the lead doing Data Management, ensuring successful data knowledge, protection, access, and value for projects or products. Then the good practices stay with that team or project, while others miss out on this knowledge. This problem seems to be intensifying.   According to a Harvard Business Review…

The Chief Data Officer and the Chief Digital Officer: Work Together, Not Apart

Data vs. digital: That’s a big tension within many organizations. Chief Data Officer s and Chief Digital Officers don’t always agree about some important things, said Joe Caserta, president of consulting firm Caserta, during his DATAVERSITY® Enterprise Data World Conference presentation titled Building a Foundation for Disruption and Advanced Analytics. What’s the disconnect between the two roles that share the CDO acronym? The Chief Digital Officer is really about the…

Data Privacy Challenges: Compliance-as-a-Service Evolves

Massive data stores, a rapidly changing regulatory landscape, and the potential for catastrophic damage to brand and bottom line have made privacy the top concern for companies across the globe. Concern about the accelerating pace of data privacy regulation headed the list of Gartner’s 2019 Emerging Risks Monitor, and depending on the industry, between 64 percent and 70 percent of executives consider it a key risk. Concerns are no longer…

Blockchain Trends in 2020

2020 is likely the year when blockchain technologies will witness higher adoption rates and usage across industry niches. As announced in 2019, China may lead the way to substantial investment in blockchain research and applications. The largest cryptocurrency exchanges are in China, and this year may see some dramatic deployment shifts from the multi-cloud blockchains of 2019. The reality is that elusive technology has a lot to prove in actual…

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