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May 1 DGPO Presents: Best Practices in Data Catalog Implementation

DATE: May 1, 2019 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This Webinar Series is Developed by: About the Webinar One of the objectives of the DGPO is to share member experiences to build a data governance community, including providing knowledge and direction to…

May 2 Webinar: How to Handle NoSQL with a Relational Database

DATE: May 2, 2019 TIME: 2 PM Easter / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar It can be difficult to scale out relational databases and provide more schema flexibility, thus the rise of NoSQL. However, you shouldn’t have to sacrifice…

Latest Blogs by Industry Experts

Ten Innovative Developments for the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT)

Click to learn more about author Amit Dua. The IoT medical domain is a fast-growing one, with multiple innovations being developed regularly. From smart monitors to patient diagnostic machines, there are radical solutions being launched to address holistic health care challenges. Analysts are also predicting major shifts in how the health care industry views IoT, with the introduction of AI and Machine Learning into the equation. Research by Deloitte Consulting…

How to Overcome Today’s Distributed Enterprise’s Top Four Connectivity Issues

Click to learn more about author Michelle Arney. Enterprise organizations around the world have traditionally leveraged virtual private networks (VPNs) to connect remote locations and/or to deploy new apps.  Until rather recently, VPNs were the ideal solution to assist in controlling costs, while also providing a level of security.  However, as the data landscape has evolved – with organizations becoming increasingly decentralized, it has become clear that VPNs can no…

Data Security and a Serious Danger to the IIoT

Click to learn more about author Samuel Bocetta. For as long as there have been computer networks, there has been an ongoing arms race between those striving to keep them private and secure, and those who seek to exploit their weaknesses and use, steal, or leverage their contents for fun or profit. This Spy vs. Spy battle has formed the heart and soul of all cybersecurity. When malicious cyberattacks on…

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Cognitive Computing, a subfield of Artificial Intelligence, simulates human thought processes in machines using…

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Machine Learning (ML) “…explores the construction and study of learning algorithms.” Furthermore, Machine Learning:…

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Next Generation Business Intelligence: Customer-Driven Success

In the customer-driven era, business success depends on how quickly a business can respond to a customer demand. The more that businesses become reliant on real-time outcomes, the more they will seek next-generation (next-gen) BI deployments. Traditional Business Intelligence (BI) platforms were high-cost and time-intensive applications. The current trend in BI is to move toward “insights-only” platforms, which can instantly respond to dynamic situations. These modern systems also must meet…

A Brief History of the Hadoop Ecosystem

In 2002, internet researchers just wanted a better search engine, and preferably one that was open-sourced. That was when Doug Cutting and Mike Cafarella decided to give them what they wanted, and they called their project “Nutch.” Hadoop was originally designed as part of the Nutch infrastructure, and was presented in the year 2005. The Hadoop ecosystem narrowly refers to the different software components available at the Apache Hadoop Commons…

Deploying AI-Driven Systems

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will continue to transform and disrupt most industries but, to really stay competitive, organizations need to deploy AI-Driven systems quickly. However, as Ramesh Mahalingam, CEO of Vizru, an AI-based autonomous applications company, said this is not an easy feat: “AI adoption has proven quite a challenge. It takes enormous time, cost and resources to build and deploy scalable AI systems. Incorporating AI processes within an existing legacy…

Cloud Computing Challenges: Navigating the Multi-Cloud Landscape

Public clouds have become popular as a solution for many data-driven projects around Big Data, Business Intelligence and Analytics, as well as specialized projects, such as Machine Learning and AI. Cloud providers normally offer significant scalability and advantageous, user-friendly tools. Migration to the cloud is considered to be cost-effective, making it an excellent choice for businesses and organizations of all sizes. However, the use of public clouds come with a…

Build a Data-Driven Culture with a Data Catalog

Humans can be very particular about things. Some little kids simply won’t eat spinach. Adolescents might refuse to wear clothing that isn’t imprinted with cool brand logos. And adults may not like the cultural change that accompanies the effort to become a data-driven enterprise. Recent research addresses this in the context of Big Data and AI. Seventy-seven percent of respondents said that “business adoption” of Big Data and AI initiatives…

Data Governance vs. Blockchain

Data Governance is the hot topic in today’s security- and privacy-concerned digital ecosystem. Blockchain technology offers data-centered security to sensitive, transactional systems that require tamper-resistant, fully auditable tracking mechanisms. Thus, blockchain and Data Governance (DG) complement each other in many ways, while maintaining distinct operational philosophies and application turfs. Blockchain is today’s preferred technology for many systems governed by stringent regulatory compliance. Gartner confronts the Top 3 Blockchain and Data Management Myths…

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