Where Artificial Intelligence Is Making a Difference in Healthcare

In this contributed article, Rajesh Viswanathan, Chief Technology Officer for Inovalon, discusses how for the past year, AI was at the center of conversations throughout healthcare. While the potential for AI to revolutionize healthcare is clear, from care delivery to enhancing operational efficiencies and accelerating research, many organizations are still figuring out where to begin.

Why the Modern Data Stack is Broken and How to Fix It

In this contributed article, Stavros Papadopoulos, Founder and CEO, TileDB, discusses how we are quickly reaching a threshold where the vulnerabilities of the modern data stack are starting to outweigh its advantages. Here’s what we need to do next.

Data Insights are Illuminating the Future of the Power Sector

In this contributed article, David Thomason, Industry Principal – Power Generation at AVEVA, believes that the power sector has more data than ever on nearly every process in its value chain. Now, new technologies are helping make sense of all those details to provide competitive advantages – and it’s not a moment too soon.

Bringing DAG and IGA Together for Improved Security and Compliance

In this contributed article, Ronald Zierikzee, senior solutions consultant for Benelux, Omada, examines crucial tools that work in tandem to ensure that remote workers, employees and contractors are able to access the information they need – and only that information – in a secure and successful manner. Identity governance and administration (IGA) helps manage user identities and access across an enterprise, helping improve visibility into access privileges and helping to implement the necessary controls to prevent inappropriate or risky access. Data access governance (DAG) is the process of managing and controlling access to an organization’s data resources.

Evolution of AI in Software Development: Shifting from Co-pilot to an Autopilot

In this contributed article, Janne Saarela, a Strategy Analyst at JFrog, highlights parallels between autonomous driving and software development, showcasing a shared evolution towards reduced human involvement through automation.

Cloud Migration Alone Won’t Solve Data Quality. Here’s Why CDOs Need a More Holistic Approach

In this contributed article, Emmet Townsend, VP of Engineering at Inrupt, discusses how cloud migration is just one step to achieving comprehensive data quality programs, not the entire strategy.

Embracing Composable Cloud is Key to Operationalizing AI

In this contributed article, Kevin Cochrane, Chief Marketing Officer, Vultr, believes that the winners in the race to operationalize AI will be the companies that can trace their success to the composable cloud and its benefits. Unfortunately, not all cloud and service providers embrace composability. Let composability be your primary criterion for choosing the vendors you will work with to power your AI operations.

Beyond Tech Hype: A Practical Guide to Harnessing LLMs for Positive Change

In this contributed article, Dr. Ivan Yamshchikov who leads the Data Advocates team at Toloka believes that whether it’s breaking down language silos, aiding education in underserved regions, or facilitating cross-cultural communication, LLMs have altered the way we interact with information –enhance human well-being by improving healthcare, education, and social services.

The Essential Role of Clean Data in Unleashing the Power of AI 

In this contributed article, Stephanie Wong, Director of Data and Technology Consulting at DataGPT, highlights how in the fast-paced world of business, the pursuit of immediate growth can often overshadow the essential task of maintaining clean, consolidated data sets. With AI technology, the importance of data hygiene becomes even more apparent, as language models heavily rely on it.

Taking ITSM To The Next Level, Faster—By Bringing AI Along For the Ride

In this contributed article, Krishna Sai from SolarWinds discusses how IT service management (ITSM) is at a crossroads. In recent years, IT teams have drastically changed how they communicate and collaborate. The evolution of IT infrastructure with the advent of cloud computing and big data has led to larger fleets of servers, more storage systems, and more complicated networks. This has led to more than just an increase in the quantity of devices and services we need to manage—there’s been a qualitative change in the level of complexity of the systems we need to manage.