In this special guest feature, Barry Bolding, Senior VP and Chief Strategy Officer at Cray Inc., discusses a highly germaine topic for many enterprises today: the intersection of big data and high performance computing.
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.
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.
In this special guest feature, Paul Barth, PhD, CEO and founder, Podium Data, discusses how to create a “virtuous cycle” in which the quality of a data lake continually improves the longer it is used, and how data lake management platforms make this cycle possible.
In this special guest feature, Dr. Werner Hopf, CEO of Dolphin Enterprise Solutions Corporation, provides his thoughts on how to implement a successful data archiving strategy.
In this special guest feature, Paula Long, CEO and co-founder of DataGravity, discusses how to migrate to the cloud while understanding the five W’s of your data (who, what, where, when, why).
In this special guest feature, Steven Wastie, CMO at Origami Logic, offers four, actionable tips for bringing your data to life and extracting additional value from your marketing activations.
In this special guest feature, Pamela McGlone, VP of Customer Experience Transformation at Alorica, discusses the dangers of allowing what data scientists refer to as an observational bias known as “The Streetlight Effect” whereas the truth is often sitting outside where the light falls.
In this special guest feature, Padraig Stapleton, VP of Engineering at Argyle Data discusses how the use of machine learning can help mobile operators like Verizon, BT, and others use big data and machine learning technologies to help detect and stop, cyber gangs in real-time, from stealing $billions via global mobile fraud.
In this special guest feature, Peter Zaitsev, Co-founder and CEO of Percona, addresses a hot topic due to the public debate on the long term viability of the open source business model that started when the previously staunch open source supporter, Monty Widenius, creator of MySQL and most recently MariaDB Corporation publicly deemed it “unsustainable.”