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Data Science on a Large Scale: Can it Be Done?

April 29, 2021

Michael Stonebraker, winner of the Turing Award 2014, has been quoted as saying: “The change will come when business analysts who work with SQL on large amounts of data give way to data scientists, which will involve more sophisticated analysis, […]


CEO directives: Top 10 initiatives for IT leaders

April 19, 2021

Via: CIO

When the calendar flipped to 2021, CIO Sue Workman started looking back at the IT priorities she had set for Case Western Reserve University back in July to see which initiatives were still tenable. “Are we still there, or are […]


Three Steps to Building a Successful Data Migration and Protection Strategy

April 14, 2021

Today’s data-hungry organizations face a growing range of management and migration challenges as their use of on-prem storage evolves and their consumption of cloud services continues to climb. Public cloud providers are rapidly increasing the capabilities of their file storage […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

The Data Challenges of a Return to Service

April 28, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

COVID has been particularly rough on companies that provide in-person entertainment experiences–theme parks, cruise lines, movie theatres, casinos, concert promoters, resorts, etc. With summer approaching, we’re seeing signs that some of these companies may be opening up operations again. Disneyland, […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

What is data visualization? Presenting data for decision-making

April 27, 2021

Via: CIO

Data visualization is the presentation of data in a graphical format. It reduces the “noise” of data by presenting it visually, making it easier for decision makers to see and understand trends, outliers, and patterns in data. Maps and charts […]


BI Security

How to Protect Your Data Against Bad Actors During Pandemics and Beyond

April 27, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

The number-one enterprise pain point, according to new research on those who used a VPN for network access and/or security measures, is inadequate security. This was the finding based on new research, conducted for DH2i prior to the COVID-19 stay-at-home […]