Wayne Sadin shares takeaways from a recent panel discussion he attended, which covered topics from data management to AI and machine learning bias.
Data can have the most impact when it’s broadly available and employees have the literacy to capitalize on it. Qlik’s cloud data analysis tools deliver on both counts.
Chief procurement officers and CFOs don’t always see financial results the same way, but applying automation to data gathering and analysis can help them get on the same page.
Informatica’s latest options give data practitioners and business users free tools and greater flexibility to ramp up their productivity with data.
A data governance framework is critical for an organization’s cybersecurity strategy. Frank Domizio explains why.
Chief Data Officers self-report massive sprawl in their data sources, highlighting the importance of centralization and governance.
Kieron Allen explains the factors driving better-than-expected performance for Teradata and its multi-cloud approach. ARR is growing sharply.
Bill Doerrfeld explains how to effectively manage diverse, geographically specific data governance and compliance standards.
Improper data management and access practices are “the business world’s second-hand cigarette smoke,” writes Scott Vaughan, who offers tips to avoid this scenario.
In this Cloud Wars Expo moment, Oracle exec Sabina Safar discusses data sharing and how the company works to keep a country’s data within its borders.
Kieron Allen profiles three startups — Persefoni, Climatiq, and EcoVadis — that help companies achieve decarbonization goals via streamlined sustainability data analysis.
In ep. 25 of the Acceleration Economy Minute, Kieron Allen defines the term “data-driven” and what it means to become a data-driven organization.
In ep. 36 of the Data Modernization Minute, Wayne shares the example of a data widget company its inability to pivot.
In this Data Modernization Battleground Moment, Okera CEO and CTO Nong Li highlights the challenges of data collection for organizations of various sizes.
In this Data Modernization Battleground moment, Nong Li, CEO/CTO of Okera explains two approaches to shifting data from existing systems to the cloud: “Lift and shift” data to the cloud or modernize the application stack and ecosystem.
In this Data Modernization Battleground moment, Chris says that cybersecurity professionals must understand data inventory, how businesses are using data, and who has access to data.
Microservices enable organizations to handle the growing complexity of data storage, but, as Pablo explains, they need frameworks to function optimally.
In episode 31, Wayne explains the IT preparations needed for organizations that are expecting massive increases in data collection.
“Set it and forget it” assumptions can be dangerous when it comes to security. That’s why it’s important for users to understand everything their cloud tools can and cannot do.
Creating such information inventories helps organizations improve governance and team management as well as increase decision-maker trust.