Chris Lynch, Vertica's CEO dating from its pre-HP days, is now CEO at AtScale. Can a data warehouse pioneer make a go of BI on Big Data?
Chris Lynch will lead the startup that's accumulated an impressive roster of enterprise clients, and now is ready to scale its big data integration platform by building a channel
Recently, Elon Musk announced that Tesla’s next Autopilot update in August of 2018 will “enable full self-driving features.” How could Tesla be there already? The automaker is still defending itself after the most recent Autopilot fatality, in which a man let go of the steering wheel with Autopilot engaged, ignored safety cues from the computer, and slammed into a concrete barricade. Did Tesla learn an important lesson from that crash?
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Big data analytics have proved an excellent tool for many applications, from evaluating an organization’s profitability to determining optimal investment strategies. Unfortunately, one major hurdle that objective data analysis hasn’t been able to overcome, even with all the advances in data-related technology in recent years, is managing human relationships.
It’s hard to base your opinion of an employee based solely on performance numbers.
Machine learning (ML) in business is changing the world industry marketing platform effectively through its new advancements. Its impact on organizations shows that the future of marketing will comprise of savvy marketers working as a team with machine learning based automation entities.
Machine learning technologies are used to find a solution for various problems and new ways to create advantages for the business.
Twitter this morning announced it has agreed to buy San Francisco-based technology company Smyte, which describes itself as “trust and safety as a service.” Founded in 2014 by former Google and Instagram engineers, Smyte offers tools to stop online abuse, harassment, and spam, and protect user accounts.
Terms of the deal were not disclosed, but this is Twitter’s first acquisition since buying consumer mobile startup Yes, Inc.
Better decision-making remains the top BI objective for 2018, says a new study. Other key objectives include improved operational efficiency and growth in revenues.
Trade shows and other events have been central to many brands’ marketing strategies for centuries. Attending a Renaissance fair can give you an idea of the types of event marketing strategies that existed all the way back to the 10th century. Contrary to many of claims made by skeptics, trade shows and other exhibitions are not going anywhere anytime soon. The average cost of a lead generated through a trade show is only $2,188, which is 29% lower than most other marketing mediums.
The data warehouse pioneer charges that through a joint venture between the two companies, SAP stole Teradata trade secrets and used them to develop its flagship HANA database.