Our friends over at DataCamp have produced the “Become a Data Scientist in 8 Steps” infographic providing a view of the eight steps that you need to to through to learn data science. Some of these eight steps will be easier for some than for others, depending on background and personal experience, among other factors.
In this contributed article, tech writer Linda Gimmeson take a close look at the potential growth of big data analytics and the top 4 industries that may benefit from it.
Maana, announced the newest capabilities of the Maana Knowledge Platform. These advancements help Fortune 500 companies increase profitability by accelerating knowledge discovery for asset and process optimization.
In this special guest feature, John Smith, Principal Solutions Architect for ExtraHop Networks, outlines the new security challenges in the age of IoT and provides tips on ways companies can bridge the gap between IoT adoption and security maturation.
I recently caught up with Kristoffer Lundegren, CEO of Starcounter, to get an overview of his company, a producer of an in-memory database platform that understands the value of AI for the future of real-time computing.
Exabeam 3.0 Delivers Advanced System Architecture to Detect and Respond to Non-Human Insider Threats
Exabeam, a leader in user and entity behavior analytics (UEBA) for security, announced Exabeam 3.0 with a new elastic architecture for analyzing human and non-human behavioral risk.
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Cazena Offers Data Lake as a Service on Microsoft Azure that Integrates Seamlessly into Enterprise Infrastructure
Cazena, a Big Data as a Service provider, expanded its services with the launch of a Data Lake as a Service that runs on Microsoft Azure and is securely integrated with the enterprise.
In this field report, contributor Howard Goldowsky provides a compelling play-by-play review of the recent O’Reilly AI Conference in NYC September 26-27. Fascinating reading for all data scientists!
In this special guest feature, David Drai, CEO of Anodot, discusses why he believes that sooner than later companies selling static, ask-and-answer BI models will become Nokia’d; outmoded and replaced by data scientists who build actually intelligent and relevant solutions that the BI market has been missing for years.