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7 pitfalls that undermine DevOps success

May 11, 2021

Via: CIO

Many organizations have begun incorporating DevOps into their IT mix, whether it’s for small projects or on a larger scale. While DevOps can provide a number of benefits — faster delivery of applications and features, improved communication and collaboration among […]


Software & Systems

How a digital integration hub transforms the mainframe

May 6, 2021

Via: InfoWorld

Companies undergoing digital transformation typically require agile, efficient, and real-time integration between their core business systems and hybrid cloud deployments. How can such real-time integration be achieved when the core business system is a mainframe? The short answer: an in-memory […]


BI Categories, BI Users, Data Analyst, Data Mining

How to Improve Data Discovery with Sensitive Data Intelligence

May 4, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

According to reports from IDC and Seagate, data is expected to grow at an exponential rate in the coming years. Reports suggest that by the year 2025, there will be an increase of data by 175 zettabytes. This amount of […]


BI Users, Executive, IT Team

12 project management myths to avoid

April 30, 2021

Via: CIO

Every industry, profession, and company develops and operates with rules and guidelines. Alongside these, myths emerge, and the project management profession is no different. When projects become plenty, work more hectic, and time is limited, it can become tempting to […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

Guide to Digital Transformation: Data-first Architecture

April 30, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

The goal of digital transformation remains the same as ever – to become more data-driven. We have learned how to gain a competitive advantage by capturing business events in data. Events are data snap-shots of complex activity sourced from the […]


BI Categories, BI Users, Data Analyst, Data Mining

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

April 29, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

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, […]


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 […]


Software & Systems

A Strategic Approach to Connecting Your Legacy Machines

April 26, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

If you work in the manufacturing or production sectors, it’s likely you’ve spent the last few years reading endless articles about the fourth industrial revolution and the massive benefits it can bring in terms of efficiency and agility. Unfortunately most […]


BI Users, IT Team

7 IT hiring trends for 2021

April 23, 2021

Via: CIO

The COVID-19 pandemic has impacted nearly every industry, fundamentally altering the way most organizations conduct daily business — and that includes how they recruit, hire, and retain IT talent. Robert Half Technology surveyed more than 2,800 senior managers in the […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

Stepping into Web Data Parsing: An Overview

April 23, 2021

Via: DATAVERSITY

As far as I can remember, the usefulness of online public data was always pitched against the efforts of extracting and structuring it. However, going from raw data to a well-structured and parsed output takes a considerable amount of time, […]