Topic "Next-Gen Analytics Solutions"
Dear Mom, Even though my work often mystified you, you and Dad have been my biggest fans throughout my over 25-year data management career. Not surprising, as you were both dental professionals, not data professionals! But as you started hearing about data in the media more and more, your interest piqued to better understand... more
In March, I attended the WSJ CIO conference in San Francisco and the topic of Artificial Intelligence (AI) ignited the most passionate discussions. I was surprised how many people were in the Steve Wozniak (“the future is scary and very bad for people”) and Elon Musk (“the biggest existential threat to mankind”) camps. I think... more
Security analytics solutions that rely only on rules to detect violations and potential threats suffer from too many false positives and the inability to identify previously unknown threat patterns. To address these shortcomings, security analytics solutions are starting to incorporate user behavioral analytics (UBA). What is User Behavior Analytics? User Behavioral Analytics has been used... more
JLL now has an array of services that nobody else in the industry can offer, going way beyond traditional real estate services. Not only does this make JLL the best, most complete solution in the eyes of its clients, it also changes the relationship entirely. Clients no longer see JLL as “just” a commercial real estate broker—the company is a strategic partner that can help with new initiatives, ongoing management and strategy around a company's commercial real estate assets.
When it comes to addressing mission-critical business problems, comprehensive metadata management is a critical capability for any enterprise information management strategy. In the Gartner report “Market Guide for Metadata Management Solutions”, Gartner’s clients stated they want metadata management capabilities in order to address five major use cases: Data Governance, BI & Analytics, MDM, SOA, and... more
There is an old Business Intelligence Axiom that has always held true: BI Axiom: Dirty data in -> Dirty data out When trying to perform analytics or reporting over a large data set it has been proven over and over again that if the underlying data that you are analyzing is dirty then the reports... more
In a previous age, necessity may have been the mother of invention. But today, where time has become our most precious commodity, it is convenience that is now driving our greatest innovations. If time is the new standard of currency and convenience the measure of its worth, the big question for every industry is, “how... more
Next generation data visualization, business intelligence, and analytic applications leveraged on top of data warehouses, Big Data Technologies like Hadoop, and other No-SQL solutions are helping healthcare organizations to: Mine massive amounts of clinical research data, EMR data, diagnosis data, and others to cure terminal diseases in a fraction of the time than before. Develop tailored... more
...Along with the mandate to publish open data, is the opportunity to consume open data and get it into their analytics engines, thus, supporting the agency’s mission!...
The verdict is in. Data is now broadly perceived as a source of competitive advantage. We all feel the heat to deliver good data. It is no wonder organizations view Analytics initiatives as highly strategic. But the big question is, can you really trust your data? Or are you just creating pretty visualizations on top... more