In this special guest feature, Gary Orenstein, Chief Marketing Officer at MemSQL, highlights how entire industries such as energy, retail, finance, and the public sector are dramatically impacting their businesses by the ability to analyze real-time and historical data together to unlock the potential of IoT.
In this special guest feature, Yana Yelina from EffectiveSoft, discusses the problems and potential solutions in enterprises to address a rising volume of documents and the ability to effectively utilize data stored in document silos.
In this special guest feature, Dr. Ritu Chadha, IEEE Senior member, Executive Director at Vencore Labs, explains one commercial application of machine learning and information theoretics, among other techniques, to big data to reduce human suffering.
In this special guest feature, Alexander Khaytin, COO for Yandex Data Factory, explains how businesses can introduce “data democracy” and systematic testing and how agility can be introduced into even the most inflexible of organizations, overcoming the barriers prohibiting machine learning adoption and benefit.
In this special guest feature, Charlie Greenberg, Senior Global Product Marketing Manager at Software AG, discusses why integration is only as good as your data, and how a business can ensure superior data quality to drive better integration.
In this special guest feature, Kerry Liu, CEO and founder of Rubikloud, discusses the importance of machine learning in maximizing the use of customer behavior data in the retail sector.
In this special guest feature, Jacob Murbach, Lead Cloud Services Engineer at Pandera Systems, explores why switching to the cloud is beneficial and how companies can get the most out of making the switch.
In this special guest feature, Kostas Tzoumas, Co-founder and CEO of data Artisans, explores what data streaming is, why is it important, what companies are doing with data streams, and how Flink fits into the bigger picture.
In this special guest feature, University Notre Dame Professor Scott Nestler, contends that the quality of the data is often dependent on who exactly is gathering and analyzing the information. In the end, if you have someone not only best trained, but more to the point specifically trained in consistent methodologies, you will likely find the results to be more reliable, and therefore trustworthy.
In this special guest feature, Veli-Pekka Luoma, Director of Advanced Analytics for IoT at Comptel, takes a close look at the upward trajectory for the Internet of Things industry and how this new technology opens the door to exciting gains in operational efficiency and service opportunity.