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75% of Executives Don’t Trust Their DataAs organizations continue to collect more data from an ever-expanding amount of sources, the need for proper data management is critical to ensure future success. However, according to a study… Read More »Google Cloud: The Basics
A Winning Data Strategy: Capture It All and Keep It GovernedBusinesses have been running on data for decades, but we’re on the cusp of a new era for analytics. Tools are moving from being fundamentally reactive – helping teams diagnose… Read More »Google Cloud: The Basics
Boosting Digital Transformation with Real-time Data APIs
Digital transformation is more than an aspirational phrase. It is a high-level, strategic initiative for many organizations today, one with C-level sponsorship and visibility. Digital transformation aims to leverage emerging… Read More »Google Cloud: The Basics
Organizations are adopting modern data management approaches, such as semantic-based knowledge graphs, to connect data across the enterprise and accelerate the value from their data lake investments.
Cloud Data Insights talks to Ascend CEO Sean Knapp and CRO Tom Weeks about how companies are approaching data utilization in the cloud era.
While data lakehouses solve some issues, they are not a universal remedy. They really are the next generation of data lakes, incorporating some features and functionality found in data warehouses but with an eye toward data science.
Find out more about what you can expect when you utilize AWS and its partners for your cloud service needs.
What can companies expect from Microsoft Azure cloud services? Read on for a quick look at the services, apps, and tools Azure offers.
Traditional database management systems are moving to the cloud in the form of cloud database offerings. Here are some of the top contenders and their offerings.
A new glossary created and sanctioned by Object Management Groups’ Cloud Working Group seeks to clarify some of the different aaS (as-a-Service) offerings on the market today.
The benefits of moving data analytics to the cloud can disappear if businesses don’t have the necessary expertise to manage the cloud’s complexities. Here are some best practices to consider to avoid challenges and maximize ROI.
For enterprises with massive data sets, nearly endless endpoints, and an international presence, cloud preparedness could be the deciding factor in a company’s long-term viability.