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The Beginner’s Guide To Web Data Integration

In this contributed article, well-known tech journalist Luke Fitzpatrick believes that understanding web data integration is crucial in today’s environment because it gives business owners an opportunity to take advantage of the immense volume of data that’s available and gain key insights that would otherwise be impossible.

When Milliseconds Matter: Optimize Real-Time Data Sources Before It’s Too Late

In this special guest feature, Sam Mahalingam, Chief Technology Officer, at Altair Knowledge Works, believes that when milliseconds matter, it’s important to optimize real-time data sources before it’s too late. Sometimes, when fractions of a second matter, you don’t have the time for reports to be drafted, or meticulous lines of code to be built to construct a query. You need operators on the front lines unencumbered with the ability to drill down deep and spot these issues before they impact your bottom line.

Chief Data Officer Survey and Research Results

Research undertaken by YouGov on behalf of analytics database provider Exasol finds that 72% of businesses worry that their inability to generate insights through the analysis of data will have a negative impact on financial performance. This is despite a similar number (77%) of respondents stating that data is now their organization’s most valuable asset. The findings of the research, combined with additional desk research and the views from a number of industry commentators, are brought together in Exasol’s new eBook.

Chief Data Officer Survey and Research Results

Exasol released the findings of a survey of nearly 1,000 IT directors in the US, UK and Germany about their organization’s use of data and the role of Chief Data Officers (CDO) in their organizations. The survey found – among other things – that 72% of businesses worry that their inability to generate insights through the analysis of data will have a negative impact on financial performance.

Micron Introduces Comprehensive AI Development Platform

Micron Technology, Inc. (Nasdaq: MU), announced a powerful new set of high-performance hardware and software tools for deep learning applications with the acquisition of FWDNXT, a software and hardware startup. When combined with advanced Micron memory, FWDNXT’s (pronounced “forward next”) artificial intelligence (AI) hardware and software technology enables Micron to explore deep learning solutions required for data analytics, particularly in IoT and edge computing.

New NVIDIA EGX Edge Supercomputing Platform Accelerates AI, IoT, 5G at the Edge

NVIDIA announced the NVIDIA EGX Edge Supercomputing Platform – a high-performance, cloud-native platform that lets organizations harness rapidly streaming data from factory floors, manufacturing inspection lines and city streets to securely deliver next-generation AI, IoT and 5G-based services at scale, with low latency.

AI & Data Analytics Company Inzata Introduces One-Click Data Enrichements to Make Business Data More Valuable

Inzata, the full-service data analytics platform powered by artificial intelligence, announces the general availability of its AI-Powered Data Enrichment Services, launching with 38 new One-Click Enrichments for all subscription users. Inzata’s data enrichment services make any raw data more useful and accurate, and therefore more valuable. “Data enrichment” is the process of adding curated, high-quality […]

OpenText Core Experience Insights Delivers End-to-End Customer Journey Mapping for Data-driven Marketers

OpenText™ (NASDAQ: OTEX), (TSX: OTEX), a global leader in Enterprise Information Management (EIM), launched OpenText™ Core Experience Insights, a SaaS application that provides marketing leaders full visibility over their customer’s journey – from website interactions to email engagement, social media content and call center performance.

SAP and WTA Launch New Patterns of Play Feature for SAP® Tennis Analytics for Coaches

AP SE (NYSE: SAP) and the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA) announced “patterns of play,” a new feature in SAP® Tennis Analytics software for coaches, which for the first time will allow WTA coaches and players to identify and analyze patterns that unfold during match rallies. Through the patterns of play feature, WTA coaches and players can go beyond single point analysis and can access, customize and compare data and insights following a match to strategize and gain a competitive advantage against their next opponent.

How to Choose the Right Organizational Model for Data Science and Analytics

In this special guest feature, Martijn Theuwissen, a co-founder at DataCamp, highlights how the most competitive companies prioritize developing data fluency across their workforce to improve outcomes. Organizations that aren’t able to effectively make use of their available data today are already behind the curve.