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Information Builders Helps Companies Assess Bottom Line Impact of Data Quality Initiatives With Latest Version of Omni-Gen™ Data Quality Edition

Information Builders, a leader in business intelligence (BI), analytics, and data management solutions, unveiled the latest version of its Omni-Gen™ Data Quality Edition. The unified platform combines powerful data integration and cleansing technologies to ensure data accessibility, consistency, accuracy, and timeliness, and includes a monetization feature that enables companies to assess the impact and potential ROI of data quality initiatives.

Brytlyt GPU Database Sets Benchmark Record Using IBM Minsky Hardware

After putting the most recent version of Brytlyt’s GPU Database through its paces using IBM POWER8 hardware, independent benchmarking by industry expert Mark Litwintschik smashed the previous record, also set by Brytlyt only a month ago.

Dell Boomi’s Fall Release Helps Enterprises Unlock the Power of The Connected Business

Dell Boomi™ (Boomi) announced the availability of the Fall 2017 release of Boomi’s flagship cloud integration technology. The release adds new integration accelerators, and features to fortify data insights, security and compliance.

Why Using Reliable and Timely Big Data Will Transform the Real Estate Industry

In this contributed article, Misha Ghosh, GM & DVP at ADP Ventures, Big Data, discusses several key areas where timely and accurate big data can make an impact on the real estate industry. There are many tools that draw from public and private sources that aggregate and anonymize information, creating “big data” sets to help identify market trends in home-building or growth in commercial space demand, on an annualized basis.

StreamSets Delivers Ultralight Open Source Ingestion for Edge Devices

StreamSets Inc., provider of the enterprise data operations platform, debuted StreamSets Data Collector Edge (SDC Edge), enabling the industry’s first end-to-end data ingestion solution for resource- and connectivity-constrained systems such as Internet of Things (IoT) devices and the endpoint systems and network infrastructure used in cybersecurity applications.

Nearly 40% of Data Professionals Spend Half of their Time Prepping Data Rather than Analyzing It

TMMData, creator of flexible data integration and preparation platform Foundation, partnered with the Digital Analytics Association to survey its community about data priorities and challenges. The survey revealed that data access, quality and integration present persistent, interrelated roadblocks to efficient and confident analysis across industries. Most notably, nearly 40% of data professionals (37.5%) spend more than 20 hours per week accessing, blending and preparing data rather than performing actual analysis.

Virtual GPUs: Accelerate Mobility, Productivity & Security in Healthcare

Many hospitals have turned to virtualization to provision high performance, secure virtual workstations using the compute power of a single physical hardware resource. That’s according to a new report from HPE, that explores how virtual GPU technology is helping to modernize healthcare data workloads.

AI is Inspiring the Next Wave of Healthcare Advancement

Advancements in artificial intelligence, or AI, are revolutionizing healthcare and leading to breakthrough results in prediction and prevention. A new report from HPE focuses on how tech tools like GPUs and deep learning platforms are changing and advancing the health care industry.

AtScale Accelerates Big Data Analytics Deployments in the Cloud

AtScale announced the availability of a universal semantic platform for business intelligence (BI) with Microsoft Azure HDInsight. With this offering, in one click, enterprises gain faster time to insight by deploying Big Data Analytics on Azure in minutes, and benefit from an enhanced ROI by running production-ready workloads on the productive and intelligent Azure cloud platform.

Lost in Translation: Big Data Innovation is Missing the Point

In this contributed article, John Schwarz, CEO and co-founder of Visier, explains why Business Intelligence tools, in their current incarnation, simply don’t work for most businesses. Rather, he states the case for “Applied Business Analytics,” solutions built to meet specific business needs, answer specific business questions, and are delivered as a service to both businesses and end users.