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The Future of Analytics, BI & Big Data

Thursday, Jun. 30 @ 4 ET

Modern innovations in technology are ushering in a wave of new advanced analytics and BI solutions. Drivers such as the Hadoop ecosystem, open source software and cloud-based services are making what used to be reserved for the big players more accessible and more affordable. Still, much noise surrounds this technology space. Organizations can capitalize on these growing trends by separating the wheat from the chaff.

Register for this Findings Webcast to hear Dr. Robin Bloor culminate six months of research into the primary drivers of how and why BI and analytics are changing. He’ll discuss how today’s data-driven economy is altering both business and operational processes, and he’ll show that key innovations in information management have led to technology and organizational disruption.

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The Power of Suggestion: How a Data Catalog Empowers Analysts

Wednesday, Jun. 22 @ 4ET

Analysts can do amazing things when they have the right data. Add to the mix some machine learning and artificial intelligence, and something remarkable happens: power analysts get even more productive. The key to this equation is a meaningful data catalog that captures much more than metadata, including the history of human interactions with the data, business definitions, and even tribal knowledge about data experts. A solution like this streamlines the analytical process, while also making it more collaborative.

Register for this episode of Hot Technologies to hear veteran Analysts Dr. Robin Bloor and Dez Blanchfield explain why machine learning and artificial intelligence can help analysts expedite time to insight. They’ll be briefed by David Crawford of Alation, who will demonstrate his company’s smart query engine, Compose, which leverages a deep data catalog to help analysts find answers more quickly and efficiently. He’ll show how a critical mass of data and attributes can train algorithms that fine-tune the analytical process with relevant suggestions of joins, filters and relationships.

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Building Bridges and the Philosophy of Data

This article is part of The Bloor Group’s research program, Philosophy of Data, which has been underwritten by IRI, the CoSort Company. Businesses don’t grow by resting on their laurels. The savviest enterprises understand that building a foundation on best practices and smart systems leads to wins across the board. As new solutions and processes are …Read More