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Will Tomorrow’s Healthcare Providers Need to Be Data Analysts?

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Big data and data analysis are starting to reshape our world, but one of their most important applications is in the realm of healthcare. With the right data science and tools, scientists and healthcare providers can work together to provide better quality care to patients around the world—and save millions of lives in the process. But this change won’t happen in a vacuum, nor will it happen instantly, like a light switch turning on.

Rubrik says bye to global sales boss

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Smith exits abruptly after booking firm's 'biggest' quarterly numbers Cloud data management biz Rubrik has split with its worldwide sales boss who, according to the company, hung up his boots to spend more time with his family after breaking quarterly "booking" records.…

Dallas is saving $30 million by cutting down on the number of mentally ill people in prison, with help from a new predictive analytics tool

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Stringer/Reuters HarrisLogic uses data to identify prisoners that require intensive treatment for mental illness.  The company's analytics can predict who will return to prison within six months with a high degree of accuracy. By cutting back on treatment costs and recidivism, HarrisLogic has saved Dallas County $30 million over the course of four years.  The majority of America's prison population is mentally ill, but there are few ways to effectively diagnose and care for prisoners on a massive scale.  In Dallas, the technology and clinical services company HarrisLogic is attempting to solve this problem using data-driven tools to determine the appropriate behavioral health services for prisoners.

Cloudera stirs its data warehouse-as-a-service into hybrid cloud with dollop of analytics

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Hadoop-who-now? Cloudera's hybrid cloud data warehouse-as-a-service – Cloudera Altus Data Warehouse – will be available from tomorrow, a week ahead of the firm's latest financial results.…

Storage provider Cloudian raises $94M

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Cloudian, a company that specializes in helping businesses store petabytes of data, today announced that it has raised a $94 million Series E funding round. Investors in this round, which is one of the largest we have seen for a storage vendor, include Digital Alpha, Fidelity Eight Roads, Goldman Sachs, INCJ, JPIC (Japan Post Investment Corporation), NTT DOCOMO Ventures and WS Investments.

SaaSy! Panzura emits global on-prem and public cloud file indexer

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Another – yes, another – data management tool with ML lands on our desk Cohesity has Helios, Rubrik has Polaris, Druva has DCP, and now Panzura has Vizion.ai, a SaaS-delivered file data management service.…

Alibaba smartens up chatbot ahead of 11.11 shopping festival

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Chinese e-commerce operator says it beefed up predictive analytics to preempt what consumers might ask and prompt them on shopping decisions, such as reminders about vouchers.

Cloudera’s a data warehouse player now

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The Impala-based Cloudera Analytic Database is now Cloudera Data Warehouse. And on the PaaS cloud side, it's Altus Data Warehouse. No more euphemisms. Cloudera's in the DW race.

5 Amazing Benefits Of Big Data For Entrepreneurs

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Big data is making a huge imprint on the global economy. The global market for big data is expected to rise to nearly $67 billion by 2021. Why is the big data market growing so rapidly? More importantly, what value does big data for entrepreneurs provide and how can you benefit from it? Big Data is Driving Our Economy We live in the information age, and there are vast amounts of data generated via the internet daily.

Graphika visualizes Twitter’s filter bubbles in the US

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It’s no surprise that political discourse in America is divided — especially online. And last week in MIT Technology Review, data visualization company Graphika brought those divides to life with 3D, colored depictions of the kind of filter bubbles found on Twitter in the U.S. Co-written by Graphika’s CEO John Kelly and the company’s research director Camille François, the graphics imagine Twitter users as colored orbs (larger or smaller depending on their follower sizes) and groups them depending on who follows whom.
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