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A Brief History of Data Silos

The original purpose of a data silo was to keep secrets. People have been keeping secrets for a long, long time. Prior to the written word, keeping a secret meant not sharing specific information with anyone else, verbally. And then came the written word. Secrets could be shared accidentally, or even stolen. Life became more […]

IoT vs. Serverless Computing

The Internet of Things (IoT) describes an interconnected network of physical and digital devices, sensors, mechanical components, and communication protocols with the ability to transfer and exchange data machine-to-machine or machine-to-interactions. The serverless computing model is cloud-based and all its resources are managed by the service provider. The client is charged based on the consumption […]

Enterprise Architects are More Than Just Modelers

New opportunities are emerging for enterprise architects (EAs). EAs will work in conjunction with technology innovation leaders to help their organizations select, create, and implement the right business- and technology-based platforms to support their business ecosystems. “By 2021, 40 percent of organizations will use enterprise architecture to help ideate new business innovations made possible by […]

Data Management Trends in 2020

Data Management will remain a differentiating business practice over the next several decades. Business competitors will be forced to contend with each other based on their Data Management strategies when all other strategic advantages are exhausted. The rise, growth, and tremendous potential of advanced data technologies have now rendered Data Management one of the most […]

Challenges of Data Governance in a Multi-Cloud World

Today, it would be really hard to find a business totally free of cloud services. In spite of battling centralized “no-cloud” policies in some enterprises, individual departments, work groups, and units are increasingly subscribing to services for data storage and backup, media services, CRM, hosted analytics, and more. Even developers are using Infrastructure-as-a-Service (IaaS) and […]

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