Category Archives: Partners

Big Data for Good

Categories: Events Partners

Now more than ever, organizations of every size across every sector recognize the value of data and analytics to improve what they do and drive business value. This being my seventh Strata+Hadoop World conference since 2013, I’ve witnessed this movement dramatically increase in strength and size. Past conference sessions describing the potential value delivered with…

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Optimizing Regulatory Compliance with Cloudera, Qlik and Trifacta

Categories: Partners

One thing is certain about Regulatory Compliance: it is constantly changing! Brexit in the UK, a new US President in the White House may further change regulatory compliance laws. There are many challenges that firms encounter when dealing with regulatory compliance and finding a solution requires that we answer these key questions: Why are current…

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Moving into the Mainstream – The Continued Evolution of Big Data & IoT

Categories: Partners

This year I attended Strata + Hadoop World in New York, and I would have to say that one of the benefits of the conference is that it’s a great forum for customers to see the applicability of big data and disruptive technologies to real-world problems. It creates awareness of the fact that core platform…

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Versatility, Solving the Scarcity of Insights

Categories: Partners

Scarcity, as an economics term, applies to “the basic economic problem, the gap between limited – that is, scarce – resources and theoretically limitless wants.”1 By this definition, there isn’t a scarcity of data today. In fact, the instrumentation of sensors and the proliferation of mobile devices are guaranteeing organizations large and small more data…

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The Challenge of Fetching Data for Apache Spot (incubating)

Categories: Open Source Software Partners

What do Sony, Target and the Democratic Party have in common? Besides being well-respected brands, they’ve all been subject to some very public and embarrassing hacks over the past 24 months. Because cybercrime is no longer driven by angst-ridden teenagers but rather professional criminal organizations and state-sponsored hacker groups, the halcyon days of looking for…

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