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Mar 9 DataEd Webinar: Growing Practical Data Governance Programs

DATE: March 9, 2021 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar At its core, Data Governance (DG) is managing data with guidance. This immediately provokes the question: Would you tolerate any of your assets to be…

Mar 11 ADV Webinar: Comparing the Enterprise Analytic Solutions

DATE: March 11, 2021 TIME: 2 PM Eastern / 11 AM Pacific PRICE: Free to all attendees This webinar is sponsored by: About the Webinar Data is the foundation of any meaningful corporate initiative. Fully master the necessary data, and you’re more than halfway to success. That’s why leverageable (i.e.,…

Latest Blogs by Industry Experts

Making 2021 a Milestone Year in How You Work with Data

Click to learn more about author Helena Schwenk. In this blog post, I will share my thoughts on the tools and strategies we can all use to get the most out of data in the year ahead. Below are five areas you should focus on in 2021 to build skills, gain greater understanding, and empower the people you work with. Data Democratization Last year we witnessed countless collaborations in the scientific community aimed at tackling the COVID-19 crisis, built on data and knowledge alongside experience and expertise. Let this inspire you…

Being Data-Driven Means Embracing Data Quality and Consistency Through Data Governance

Click to learn more about author Terence Siganakis. Organizations are constantly coming to us wanting help in becoming more “data-driven.” They want to improve their decision making, shifting the process to be more quantitative and less based on gut and experience. This is a worthy goal but is a little more complex than just putting dashboards in front of managers. Being data-driven involves more than just shiny new tools. It requires investing…

How AI-Based Cloud Cost Monitoring Saves $360,000 Annually

Click to learn more about author Shay Lang. With the major changes in the global economy this year, the need to monitor and reassess corporate expenses has never been more important. Both small startups and large enterprises have had to improve on the sales side, reduce their overhead, and review their variable costs in what the famous investor Elad Gil has coined as the “Startup Offense and Defense in the…

Shadow IT: Not a Problem or Worse Than Ever?

Click to learn more about author Jay Chapel. Shadow IT: you’ve probably heard of it. Also known as Stealth IT, this refers to information technology (IT) systems built and used within organizations without explicit organizational approval or deployed by departments other than the IT department.  A recent survey of IT decision makers ranked Shadow IT as the lowest priority concern for 2019 out of seven possible options. Are these folks right not to…

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As advanced analytics becomes a prominent driver of revenue in the data-driven age, technologies are needed to help provide a context to data. Business leaders and the global Data Science…

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Blockchain, which is akin to a distributed and decentralized accounts ledger, can record and verify high volumes of digital transactions, irrespective of location. So, blockchain has the capacity to contribute…

Data Management, Artificial Intelligence, and Ethics

Combining ethics with Data Management and artificial intelligence can build an organization people will trust. Ethical behavior promotes the smooth functioning of human interactions, which includes business, and supports the…

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Augmented analytics combines sophisticated machine learning (ML) and natural language processing (NLP) to enable…

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Descriptive analytics, or business intelligence, uses historical information to answer the question “What Happened?” Think of…

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