Tag "Data Intelligence"
In recent years we have seen a real acceleration of customers moving not just their data but their data-related tooling into the cloud. Relying on cloud-native SaaS solutions means the burden of product maintenance is removed from the customer and everything they need is at their fingertips, even when working remotely. This blog will guide... more
Data-driven decisions and insights: This is what businesses have aspired to for 10 years or more. It’s hard to read an annual report that doesn’t mention it. Entire professions have grown up around it— the Chief Data Office being a prime example. So why do we feel like we are falling behind in that journey?... more
This week, Informatica will host its MDM 360 and Data Governance Summit. This annual conference has become a mainstay for the worldwide data governance community—and this year will be no different. We have planned an exciting lineup of internal thought leaders, industry partners, and insightful customer interviews. For the Data Governance part of the Summit,... more
“The world’s most valuable resource is no longer oil, but data,” claimed The Economist back in 2017. You’ve probably heard the short version (“Data is the new oil!”) at your last big data engineering conference or from leading data governance experts. Then there’s my favorite, which cuts to the chase: Data is “the currency of... more
When it comes to sensitive data, what you don’t know will hurt you; and ignorance is not bliss. Informatica, Scale Ventures and Ponemon Institute concluded their survey on data security, titled “Data Breaches and Sensitive Data Risk”. This follows Informatica’s report last year on “The State of Data Intelligence“. The survey reveals considerable anxiety around... more
I was thrilled with Informatica’s $1 Million Dollar Big Data Ready Challenge announcement this week. It got me thinking about Howard Baldwin – Forbes community editor for Data Driven Business – recent articles. Our contest will challenge Big Data experts to think about these high points and encourage them to push the boundaries on what... more