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The Enterprise is InsideAnalysis’s latest weekly talk show hosted by award-winning interviewer & journalist, Eric Kavanagh. Each week we interview the top minds of leading enterprise software companies and take a closer look at the major trends in modern business. Each episode, we explore the...

Open the Data Closets: Time to Clean House

Legacy systems and old data: these artifacts pose serious challenges for the modern enterprise. How can companies reconcile the past with the present, and prepare for the future? Check out this episode of InsideAnalysis to find out! Host @eric_kavanagh will interview Dr. Geoffrey Malafsky, new Data ...

Data Is the Fuel for Optimal Customer Experience

We keep hearing about the importance of customer experience, which is code language for data quality combined with smart business processes. These days, the whole concept of digital transformation is central to improving customer experience, but it won't go anywhere without quality data. So notes a ...

Industry news

Alibaba pulls dust covers off its new London cloud presence • The Register

Alibaba Cloud has launched in the UK, the Chinese cloud purveyor has declared, as it prepares to take on dominant...Read More

Finally, a use for AI and good old-fashioned simulations: Hunting down E.T. in outer space • The Register

Google Cloud has teamed up with NASA’s Frontier Development Lab to search for extraterrestrial life using simulations and machine-learning technology. Figuring...Read More

Metadata-farming, data-silo-killing startup: Go on. Bring us your unstructured stuff • The Register

+Comment Newcomer on the storage software-as-a-service scene Hammerspace announced the general availability of its eponymous SaaS application this week. This...Read More

IBM talks ’emerging, high value segments’ – so you know the Q3 numbers aren’t great • The Register

At least the mainframes did well IBM saw its stock price take a hit Tuesday afternoon after the enterprise tech giant...Read More

IBM spits out one cloud manager to rule them all • The Register

IBM has trotted out tech it reckons will ease management of services over a variety of cloud infrastructures, including Microsoft...Read More

Upcoming webcasts

Recent developments in data management, big data, data lakes, NoSQL, Hadoop and the cloud,...
Metadata remains the cornerstone of information management. It's not just the glue that ho...
Jim Barksdale, former CEO at Netscape, once said “If we have data let’s look at data. ...

Is AI the New BI?

On: November 14, 2018
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Thanks to artificial intelligence (AI), prediction and prescription are fast eclipsing des...
Most BI products now incorporate machine learning to automate manual tasks, such as blendi...

Archived webcasts

The emergence of big data analytics and the adoption of data lake architecture cause many ...
The modern world of data won't fit into a lake, let alone a warehouse. Valuable data sourc...
Rome wasn’t built in a day, but its architects understood the need for long-term strateg...
Modern data pipelines are more complex than traditional data warehousing pipelines. They m...
Timing really is everything, especially in a highly connected world. As the Internet of Th...

Events & Research

2-day Data Management course Locations: Chicago and Atlanta Dates: October 15th & 16th (Chicago) and October 18th & 19th (Atlanta) Most organizations today are dealing with multiple silos of information. These include cloud and on-pre...
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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