Managing this crucial component of data management will help carriers get better results from their analytics, AI and blockchain initiatives.
New capabilities in Dremio 2.0 bolster the software's ability to link business intelligence tools with a wide array of disparate data sources.
Former AppDynamics and Splunk sales guru Jon Jung was recently named senior vice president of sales and operations by Gemini Data and is charged with building out the data management software firm's direct and channel sales strategies.
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Real estate-focused MetaProp NYC has been adding new programs on top of its core accelerator. The latest: The MetaProp Bridge at Columbia University.
It’s an international accelerator designed specifically for real estate and property tech-related startups from Europe, the Middle East and Africa that are looking to expand into North America. Participants get access to MetaProp mentors, advisory services and up to $250,000 in financing.
Today, 11 new companies launch out of the Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator based in NYC. This is the 14th cohort of startups to launch out of ERA, and each company has received $100,000 in seed funding from the accelerator.
These startups span a wide variety of industries, from hospitality to new retail to healthcare. So without any further ado, here are the 11 companies launching out of ERA:
Butler wants to handle room service and amenities for hotels, partnering with hotels to provide room service, catering and other food-based amenities from Butler’s various hubs across the city.
IFTTT, a startup that was an early mover in API integrations by creating a platform for people to write easy scripts to connect different apps to each other (the name stands for “if this, then that”), is announcing another $24 million in funding to take its business deeper into areas like enterprise and IoT services.
This funding comes on the back of what CEO Linden Tibbets described in an interview as the company’s strongest-ever year in terms of revenue and growth (without disclosing any actual numbers; IFTTT has never been very transparent on this front, frustratingly).
CIOs are now pulling in quarter-million dollar salaries, while the top salaries start at $150,000 and are all geared toward management roles.
The pioneering SaaS vendor is looking to differentiate its mid-market business solutions with predictive analytics powered by machine learning.
One problem that frequently arises is when companies have a lot of data stored in remote databases - isolated data silos that offer only limited access.