NLP has the potential to enable true self-service BI by seamlessly translating spoken commands into SQL or any other technical query language.
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For his book Universe, photographer Jos Jansen documented a neutrino-detecting orb, data visualizations, and other ambitious projects in the Netherlands.
Data science skills, blockchain, master data management and the General Data Protection Regulation were topics that most captured reader attention in 2018.
Organizations will be looking to hire a range of IT professionals, with skills related to data management among the most desired.
Veeam said that the capital from Insight Venture Partners will help organic and inorganic growth plans.
When the government seized classified-ads site Backpage, forcing it to shut down in April, it became a lot harder to find and locate potential victims of sex trafficking. While it was symbolically good that the site, whose CEO later pled guilty to charges of sex trafficking, shut down, it created a significant technical challenge for law enforcement and the organizations trying to help prevent sex-trafficking, Google Senior Software Engineer Sam Ainsley told TechCrunch.
Data management startup Rubrik Inc said on Tuesday it raised $261 million in its latest funding round led by Bain Capital Ventures, valuing the company at $3.3 billion.
There is a growing demand for stronger security at every point in the IT ecosystem, and today, one of the the more successful enterprise startups to emerge in the last several years is announcing a big round of funding to provide that.
Rubrik, which provides enterprise data management and backup services across on-premise, cloud and hybrid networks, has raised $261 million in funding at a $3.3 billion valuation from Bain Capital Ventures and previous investors Lightspeed Venture Partners, Greylock Partners, Khosla Ventures and IVP.
IT professionals want their time back for higher value activities, a new survey showed. The average IT professional is interrupted by infrastructure issues six times per month during personal time or non-work hours.