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6 criteria for selecting cutting-edge business analytics tools

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With hundreds of tools on the market, knowing which one is best for any organization is no easy task. These tips will help seperate the best from the rest in a growing field.

Extract, transform, load? More like extremely tough to load, amirite?

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Thankfully, now there are data integration platforms for that Data integration has been an IT challenge for decades. Long before cloud, even before client server. Back then, though, it was relatively simple – you were working with systems of record, desktop databases and business systems.…

Crime Fighting Gets High-Tech Advances Palantir, Axom, and More

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Beyond big data, officers are increasingly turning to software and ­predictive analytics from companies like Palantir to anticipate when and where misdeeds are likely to occur.

Hulu re-org see departures of Content Chief Joel Stillerman, top SVP’s

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On the heels of Hulu’s news of its growing live TV business, which has now reached 800,000 subscribers, the streaming service today announced a major re-organization of it business focused on four strategic priorities, effective immediately. These include “the subscriber journey, technology & products, content and advertising,” says Hulu. The changes see three major execs departing: Chief Content Officer Joel Stillerman, Senior Vice President of Partnerships & Distribution Tim Connolly and SVP Experience, Ben Smith.

Millennials trust Amazon and PayPal over banks when it comes to personal data

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Amy Harris/Invision/AP Images Survey of 2,000 Brits find a majority of 18-24-year-olds trust Amazon and PayPal ahead of banks when it comes to protecting their personal data. 77% of all people surveyed don't trust Facebook with their data in the wake of the Cambridge Analytica scandal. LONDON — Young people in Britain are more trusting of tech giants such as Amazon and PayPal than they are of banks when it comes to personal data, according to a new survey.

Hadoop-Based Predictive Analytics Improves Extreme Weather Forecasting Models

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Few professions receive as much criticism as meteorologists. Over the years, people have complained that weathermen are notoriously unreliable. They have compared the accuracy of a weatherman’s forecast to someone throwing darts at a board. This has caused many people to wonder whether or not meteorologists are just incompetent or if the weather is just impossible to predict. If the weather is impossible to predict, then can big data actually help?

AWS launches pay-per-session pricing for its QuickSight BI tool

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Amazon QuickSight, the company’s business intelligence tool for AWS, launched back in 2015, but it’s hard to say how much impact the service has made in the highly competitive BI market. The company has far from given up on this project, though, and today, it’s introducing a new pay-per-session pricing plan for access to QuickSight dashboards that is surely meant to give it a bit of a lift in a market where Tableau and Microsoft’s Power BI have captured much of the mindshare.

IBM Bets On Private Cloud Data Platform

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Assembling the pieces to create a modern platform for data management, data governance, and data science can be complex. IBM says it's done the heavy lifting with a private, on-premises cloud platform to do the work.

15 top data science and BI pay trends

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New salary information reveals that analytics and business intelligence jobs aren't getting quite the stellar salaries some had predicted.

Veeva’s master plan: Bring cloud data warehouse and then AI to life sciences

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Veeva, a key life sciences industry cloud player, is aiming to combine its CRM and development platform with a next-gen data warehouse that creates a precursor to AI.
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