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Ethics in the 21st Century

Data Ethics I remember my first ethics class way back in 1984 like it was yesterday.. The reason I remember this class so well is because of the test questions they asked; such as, The Little Girl & the Grenade: A little girl goes into her grandfather’s office and notices his WWII paperwei...

The Ethics of Data

Time was, anyone could do just about anything with their data... or yours! But those days are gone. With the General Data Protection Regulation now well underway, and the California Consumer Privacy Act also in effect, companies the world over need to mind their Ps and Qs, data-wise. Check out ...

Testing at scale: Digital Excellence

Digital transformation has been happening across the world for the last few decades as the traditional brick and mortar companies move from doing business face to face to having a virtual presence. Now, most companies offer their products and services online. The average consumer has had an online ...

Industry news

A boat load of updates, but is it too ambitious? • The Register

Microsoft has made numerous updates to its Azure Portal, partly to accommodate new features announced at its Build developer conference,...Read More

Amazon Web Services pulls out the stops to speed you to the cloud • The Register

Sponsored Cloud computing brings a host of benefits, from the ability to respond quickly to market dynamics to scalability and...Read More

Datrium goes multi-cloud upstacking with Automatrix, new name for HCI platform DVX • The Register

Analysis Datrium has relaunched its DVX product as Automatrix, a multicloud data platform with compute and five data services. These are...Read More

Microsoft fiddles with cloudy databases as Build 2019 recedes • The Register

As it continued to wipe the residue of Build from the streets of Seattle, Microsoft made good on Azure database...Read More

El Reg rifled through the history of Huawei’s ‘new’ GaussDB – only ‘new’ bit is machine learning • The Register

Earlier this week, Huawei teased the launch of a new database product, featuring machine learning and compatible with Arm-based processors. AI!...Read More

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Multimedia Research Program by The Bloor Group What's bigger than big data? Artificial intelligence! That's because AI will soon transform practically every business process in the world, in part due to the abundance of big data, and specifically ...
Data may be the new oil, but every sword cuts both ways. Just as with any valuable asset, there are liabilities associated with data. The key to success in today's world is to ensure that you have sound policies in place for managing data, especi...
Database is the new black. Ever the backbone of information management architectures, database technology continually evolves to meet growing and changing business needs. New types of data and applications make the database more important then ever, ...
A sea change is underway. The old constraints are fading, while a bold new vision unfolds. The Data Lake represents more than another type of information reservoir. It embodies a fundamental change in the data management industry itself. Tools, techn...
This primary research project, conducted by David Loshin and Abie Reifer of DecisionWorx in conjunction with The Bloor Group, will examine the real-world use of technologies and solutions that comprise the Hadoop/Big Data Management enterprise enviro...

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