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Data Quality’s Importance to Blockchain

What’s the connection between Data Quality and Blockchain? Dan Myers, principal information quality educator at DQMatters and the publisher of The Conformed Dimensions of Data Quality — which seeks to align the Data Management community by using common definitions — addressed the issue during his Enterprise Data World Conference presentation titled “Improved Data Quality Implications […]

A Brief History of Data Containers

Data containers have become crucial for the efficient transport of data to a public cloud and back to a private platform. Containers are software packages containing everything needed for the software to run. This includes libraries, system tools, and settings, as well as an executable program. Additionally, containers offer another layer of security because the […]

Case Study: AK Productions Increases Efficiency with Cloud Storage Solution

AK Productions found out why economical and efficient cloud storage leads to a better workflow. The freelance company does video production for businesses and individuals, including international brands like National Geographic and the World Bank. Aiden Korotkin, director of photography and editor, stays hands-on throughout each project. He shoots videos from start to finish, edits […]

Databases vs. Hadoop vs. Cloud Storage

How can an organization thrive in the 2020s, a changing and confusing time with significant Data Management demands and platform options such as data warehouses, Hadoop, and the cloud? Trying to save money by bandaging and using the same old Data Architecture ends up pushing data uphill, making it harder to use. Rethinking data usage, storage, and computation is […]

A Brief History of Data Lakes

Data Lakes are consolidated, centralized storage areas for raw, unstructured, semi-structured, and structured data, taken from multiple sources and lacking a predefined schema. Data Lakes have been created to save data that “may have value.” The value of data and the insights that can be gained from it are unknowns and can vary with the […]

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