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Basic Querying, BI Categories

Software project management challenges — and how to handle them

February 8, 2023

Via: CIO

The need for efficient software development has taken on greater importance as enterprises introduce more and more digital services and add automation capabilities to enhance business processes. Managing software projects might not be at the top of CIOs’ priority lists, […]


BI Security

Online banks still riddled with cyber security flaws, report says

February 7, 2023

Via: ComputerWeekly

The websites and mobile applications of some of the UK’s most popular retail banks are riddled with security flaws that are putting consumers at risk of falling victim to digitally enabled fraud, according to a report from consumer organisation Which?. […]


Software & Systems

C++ still shining in language popularity index

February 7, 2023

Via: InfoWorld

C++, already established as a rising star in the Tiobe programming language popularity index, continues to make great strides so far in 2023. The language scored an increase of 5.93% this month over the same time last year, far ahead […]


BI Security

Using Emerging and Legacy Tech Together Raises Data Security Complexity

February 6, 2023

Via: DATAVERSITY

The World Economic Forum has released its Global Cybersecurity Outlook 2023 report, and it highlights how things have changed when it comes to data security and cybersecurity in general. It cites the inevitability of more cyber laws and regulations in […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Without Trusted Core Data, Data Mesh Is Data Meh

February 6, 2023

Via: DATAVERSITY

Organizations seeking responsive and sustainable solutions to their growing data challenges increasingly lean on architectural approaches such as data mesh to deliver information quickly and efficiently. Data mesh and other virtual data approaches connect, unify information, and make it available […]


Basic Querying, BI Categories

Digital transformation – from mainframes to the ‘deeply digital’ organisation

February 1, 2023

Via: CIO

The next generation of successful organisations will be the ones that embrace the potential of digital transformation, or so it has been said with increasing frequency in the last decade. But is the term as useful in understanding the future […]


Software & Systems

Modernizing enterprise architecture for the digital era

January 31, 2023

Via: CIO

With digital operating models altering business processes and the IT landscape, enterprise architecture (EA) — a rigid stalwart of IT — has shown signs of evolving as well. One key indicator of this evolution is the increasing interest in enterprise […]


Software & Systems

AI and Machine Learning Trends to Watch in 2023

January 31, 2023

Via: DATAVERSITY

This article highlights 10 of the biggest trends triggered by technological advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). These trends have collectively revolutionized the way businesses approach everything from education and economics to the environment. The broad AI […]


Software & Systems

Are You Overthinking Your Cloud Model? You Need a Cloud Strategy

January 30, 2023

Via: CIO

Are you overthinking your cloud model? If so, you’re likely in need of a well-defined cloud strategy. Companies with a clear cloud strategy position themselves to achieve more from cloud computing than those without. A well-defined cloud strategy provides a […]


Basic Querying, BI Categories

How to make the most of a composable enterprise architecture

January 30, 2023

Via: ComputerWeekly

The IT industry loves seismic shifts in technology architectures. In the 1990s, there was object-oriented programming. Later, service-oriented architecture and enterprise service bus built on these principles, but packaged them in a new way, and more recently, the same has […]


BI Users, Business Users

What developers should do during a downturn

January 25, 2023

Via: InfoWorld

Many young developers today do not remember the time of the shedding and cold rocks, let alone the dotcom bomb (or its associated fansite). Before each of these collapses, the fat times felt like they would never end. But fat […]


Software & Systems

Can AI replace cloud architects?

January 24, 2023

Via: InfoWorld

As I mentioned a few times in this blog, I’ve been working with and teaching about artificial intelligence since the start of my career. This drove much of my interest in cloud computing because AI was not economically viable or […]


Basic Querying, BI Categories, BI Users, Data Analyst

Data Analytics and BI Trends in 2023

January 24, 2023

Via: DATAVERSITY

As we enter 2023, it is a good time to explore the biggest data analytics and BI trends for this new year. This article will look at the top 12 trends in data analytics and BI, which collectively guide the […]


Software & Systems

8 programming languages we love to hate—but can’t live without

January 23, 2023

Via: InfoWorld

The well-meaning advice to not carry a grudge certainly didn’t come from anyone who’s wrestled with a computer for a living. Toil for anytime with the infernal logic of a programming language and you’ll know the horrors of the inky […]


BI Security

Cyber Storage Resilience: How to Impact and Safeguard Data in 2023

January 23, 2023

Via: DATAVERSITY

All enterprise data ends up on storage systems, but if an enterprise storage solution does not have the cyber storage resilience to combat a cyberattack, the C-suite and the IT team are leaving the organization severely exposed. This realization is […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

Predictions for Data Engineering Teams Adapting to Data? Expanding Needs in 2023

January 19, 2023

Via: Database Trends and Applications

The new year is chock-full of exciting possibilities for data and its workers, though also with ongoing challenges as the needs of data continue to evolve. As data advances, so too must data engineering teams in order to keep up […]


Software & Systems

2023 Predictions for AI, Machine Learning, and NLP

January 18, 2023

Via: DATAVERSITY

AI goes ROI: The slowdown in tech spending will show up in AI and machine learning in two ways: major new AI methodologies and breakthroughs will slow down, while innovation in AI moves toward “productization.” We’ll see AI get faster […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Metadata Management vs. Master Data Management

January 18, 2023

Via: DATAVERSITY

Businesses rely on knowing their data to survive and grow. Metadata management and master data management (MDM) provide essential processes for organizations to gain this knowledge and succeed. As a result, both need to be managed well. However, the differences […]


BI Users, Executive

The 7 new rules of IT leadership

January 17, 2023

Via: CIO

Old rule: Command and control New rule: Facilitate The command-and-control leadership style had been on its way out for all executives for years, before rebounding during the early days of the pandemic. At that point the take-charge-and-give-the-orders approach was exactly […]


Basic Querying, BI Categories

Top 6 Networking Predictions for 2023

January 17, 2023

Via: Network World

By the end of 2023, 20% of organizations will have adopted a NaaS strategy. With tightening economic conditions, IT requires flexibility in how network infrastructure is acquired, deployed, and operated to enable network teams to deliver business outcomes rather than […]