A master data management project typically faces many hurdles. MDM Institute Chief Research Officer Aaron Zornes offers advice on how to beat them.
Wikimedia CommonsVerizon, or more specifically it's newly formed digital media division Oath, has an intriguing new plan. It wants to put together a wireless data powerhouse in its quest to challenge Facebook and Google in digital advertising.
Specifically, the company wants to rent reams of consumer data from major competitors like Sprint, T-Mobile, Vodafone and Telefonica that can be used for ad targeting.
Call it the Hulu of wireless data.
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With the MDM & Data Governance Summit approaching, MDM Institute President Aaron Zornes assesses the state of the market and how organizations are modeling their programs.
Data lakes are failing and fast. They are not able to support the real time-to-market requirements of the new big data innovations. Many companies still think that data lakes are ineffective and expensive. Data Lakes to be a rich source of useful data for most companies. It is supposed to facilitate the collocation of data in several structural forms, schemas, and files.
Glooko, a startup selling data management healthcare service on top of a device-agnostic platform to make it easier for doctors to remotely monitor patients, has pulled in $35 million Series C funding. It had previously raised $20 million, bringing the total up to $55 million. The startup was shy about how many were using the platform last time TechCrunch wrote about the company.
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One of my favorite Italian words is “basta,” followed by an exclamation point. No, basta does not mean “bastard”; it means “enough,” as in “I’ve had ENOUGH of you!” We’ve definitely had enough of Big Data. As a term, Big Data has been an utter failure. It has never managed to mean anything in particular. A term that means nothing in particular means nothing at all.
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