Microsoft’s acquisition of BlueTalon will play an important role in enabling developers to quickly scale data governance, compliance and privacy initiatives.
The Department of Justice is about to launch a sweeping probe into big tech, likely looking at Amazon, Google, Apple and more for their potential restrictive practices. What does this mean for these companies?
Medallia shot up more than 70% on its IPO debut. The customer experience management company has launched into the market gaining a 4.5 billion dollar valuation, however, has had little press compared to big IPO’s like Slack and Zoom.
IBM Q2 earnings are in. We had a gain, then a slide, but all in all, they’ve got the right things in place moving forward. The company’s cloud commitment, the unique Z and LinuxONE offerings, and the company’s commitments in areas like Blockchain and AI are all sound positions in important emerging market spaces. Now CEO Ginni Rometty and team need to deliver on growth.
At Microsoft Insipre 2019, The Open Data Initiative is taking an important step toward empowering the enterprise to maximize its data.
Data analytics has been growing popularity over the last few years. Here are 5 data analytics trends to watch for in 2019.
Having data-driven goals and achieving them are very different things. Here are 5 roadblocks to achieving your data-driven goals.
We all know the age-old phrase: curiosity killed the cat. But when it comes to data science, curiosity can make your business come alive. In fact, the right mix of curiosity and data science could be your key differentiator in digital transformation. Let me explain. In this new age of big data and data automation, lots of companies are using …
Let’s face it. Your employees might not be on board with big data just yet. Data can be intimidating to those who don’t consider themselves math people. It can also frustrate those who don’t yet believe in data-backed decision-making. So how do you go about getting employees onboard with data? It may not be as difficult as it seems. Selling …
It looks like the design of today’s smart cities may not be smart enough. In October, Ann Cavoukian, the Director of Privacy for Alphabet’s Sidewalk Labs smart neighborhood project in Toronto, resigned after learning that not all data collected from residents would be de-identified at the source. In her resignation letter, Cavoukian likened the project to a “smart city of …