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Software & Systems

Don’t let automation break change management

July 1, 2022

Via: Network World

The drive to automate more and more network operations is a good thing, but it exposes a need for network teams to ensure their change-management processes are in order. Networks are doing more, becoming integral to zero-trust security architectures, for […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

How Data Reliability Engineering Can Solve Today’s Data Challenges

July 1, 2022

Via: DATAVERSITY

A 20-year-old article from MIT Technology Review tells us that good software “is usable, reliable, defect-free, cost-effective, and maintainable. And software now is none of those things.” Today, most businesses would beg to differ. From payments to CRM to analytics […]


BI Security

Defining data privacy, residency and sovereignty in the cloud

June 30, 2022

Via: CIO

What may appear to be a relatively straightforward concept has instead become an extremely complicated situation due to the numerous regulations defined, countless re-purposed terms used, and the variety of technology capabilities offered. This reality has an impact downstream in […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

3 capabilities to get more value out of your data

June 30, 2022

Via: CIO

Many organizations have become adept at collecting data at scale, but too few have mastered the art (and science) of filtering the deluge to identify insights and initiate actions that drive favorable business outcomes and increase competitive differentiation. Across industries […]


Software & Systems

Insightful analysis: how data empowers your agents

June 29, 2022

Via: CIO

Do you know why your customers are getting in touch? Disruptive technologies have made it easier to anticipate customer intent. For example, data-driven AI chatbots can pick off the easier customer queries, while IVR (Interactive Voice response) can automate the […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

Why Do Some Companies Achieve More Predictive Analytics Success?

June 29, 2022

Via: CIO

There is growing belief that businesses are set to spend huge amounts of money on predictive analytics. While in 2021, the global market for corporate predictive analytics was worth $10 billion, it is forecast to balloon to $28 billion by […]


BI Users, Data Analyst

5 Steps of Evolution in Predictive Analytics

June 29, 2022

Via: CIO

Rates of change in all industries, coupled with enormous macroeconomic pressures, mean stagnation and complacency can be the death of any business. It is important that leaders think big and long term. An essential challenge in this is to use […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

How to Become a Data Engineer

June 29, 2022

Via: DATAVERSITY

In 2020, an estimated 64.2 zettabytes of data were generated globally, and by 2025, that number is expected to rise to 180 zettabytes. Considering these figures, it’s no surprise that data professionals are in high demand. Those who know how […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Databricks open sources its Delta Lake data lake

June 28, 2022

Via: InfoWorld

In an effort to push past doubts cast by rival firms, data lake provider Databricks on Tuesday said that it is open sourcing all Delta Lake APIs as part of the Delta Lake 2.0 release. The company also announced that […]


Software & Systems

Open-sourced tool speeds up Linux scripts via parallelization

June 28, 2022

Via: Network World

MIT has open-sourced pa.sh (also called pash), a tool that can dramatically speed up Linux scripts by using parallelization, saving time and without risk of introducing errors. The process of parallelization first examines a script for code that can be […]