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Challenges for Startups in Adopting AI and Data Analytics

In this contributed article, Bal Heroor, CEO and Principal at Mactores, believes that by 2027, it is nearly unavoidable that every business, both big and small, will need to get serious about adopting a high-value data analytics system. While this can be a costly investment, there’s no reason that even a startup can’t be a part of the data transformation that is affecting almost every industry sector today.

How AI-Unified Data Analytics Is Good for Your Business

In this contributed article, April Miller, a senior IT and cybersecurity writer for ReHack Magazine, discusses how data analytics relies on vast amounts of information from different sources to be effective. The same often goes for AI. Unified analytics consolidates these disparate data sources and analytics pipelines into a single platform, using AI to automate that process. The article shows how this consolidation and automation can improve your business.

Report: Audit Industry Rising to the Data Analytics Challenge

With businesses facing the strongest economic headwinds in years, the Chartered Institute of Internal Auditors (Chartered IIA) is urging internal auditors to embrace data analytics to navigate more risky, uncertain, and volatile times ahead. The new report, “Embracing data analytics: Ensuring internal audit’s relevance in a data-led world,” from Chartered IIA in partnership with AuditBoard aims to encourage internal audit to fully embrace data analytics and support the organization in doing the same.

Using Advanced Analytics to Address Patient Risk and Deliver Value-based Care

In this contributed article, Michael Dulin, MD, PhD, Chief Medical Officer, Gray Matter Analytics, suggests that to improve health outcomes and lower cost, the U.S. healthcare system must abandon fee for service models and provide comprehensive, proactive value-based care (VBC). High-quality data and advanced analytics that produce actionable insights into patients’ medical and social needs are an essential building block for this transition. 

NeuroBlade Delivers Technology to Eliminate the Current Data Analytics Gap

NeuroBlade is on a mission to empower the next wave of digital transformation by developing the new standard for analytics acceleration for large data. It’s increasingly complex, expensive, and time-consuming for organizations to analyze large data volumes. As a result, business and technology leaders cannot rely on price performance when querying and analyzing hundreds of terabytes of data. This creates an analysis gap where less than two-thirds of the data is analyzed.

What is IP Geolocation & How Your Business Leverage it?

In this contributed article, Josh Anton with Digital Element, suggests that while IP geolocation plays a large role in our everyday online lives, it is not necessarily the best-understood service. People are often curious how IP geolocation works, what it’s used for, and perhaps most importantly, how legal it is for companies to use. In this article, Josh will breakdown IP based geolocation, answer these commonly asked questions, and provide real-life examples of how it can provide value to businesses and customers alike. 

Alteryx Announces Acquisition of Trifacta

Alteryx, Inc. (NYSE: AYX), the Analytics Automation company, announced it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Trifacta, an award-winning cloud company that leverages scalable data management and machine learning to make data analytics faster and more intuitive.

Rethinking the Data Analytics Paradigm to Unlock Real Data Value

In this contributed article, Billy Bosworth, CEO of Dremio, discusses the need to unlock data analytics value to impact your bottom line. In the world of analytics infrastructure, it’s time to stop playing on the margins and instead pursue a major leap forward. We can and must do better than what we’re accepting today as “normal.”

insideBIGDATA Guide for Higher Education

The goal for this Guide sponsored by Dell Technologies is to provide direction for enterprise thought leaders on ways of leveraging big data technologies in support of analytics proficiencies designed to work more independently and effectively across a few distinct areas in higher education: student success  and workforce readiness, simplified systems and processes, and accelerate research.