Move over, software developers. The sexist job title award now goes to data scientists.
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You might be thinking — there's absolutely nothing sexy about dissecting monstrous hordes of data sets in the hopes of finding trends and patterns that can inform new products, features, or services. Or is there?
Companies large and small are now playing a game of tug of war on qualified data science pros, and with the proper training and tools, you just might be one of the lucky few that employers are tripping over themselves to hire.
The world of football is big business, and the future of football is changing. It is an industry that saw a big boom 25 years ago, thanks to the amount of money that was spent by television companies who were craving live content for their channels.
Big Data Drives Financial Boom For Professional Football
This boom has shown no signs of slowing down over the next few decades.
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While BI isn’t new, companies are now focused on the democratization of data, or empowering individual users across the organization to get the right insights when they need them most. And self-service is top-of-mind.
Alation, ASG Technologies, Informatica and Smartlogic are among the top providers of metadata management tools, according to a new Magic Quadrant study from Gartner.
The telecommunications industry is a large, amorphous utility industry. By most people’s standards, the industry is very slow-changing and excessively bureacratic. There is a lot of truth to this stereotype, but that is gradually changing. The growing number of telecom companies using big data is one of the biggest reasons for the turnaround.
The Telecom Industry Was Slow to Embrace Big Data
Alexander Graham Bell shouldn’t get all the credit for inventing the telecommunications industry.
Berlin-based location marketing startup Uberall has raised a further $25 million in funding — adding to a $25 million Series B raised earlier this year — and acquired competitor Navads. Terms of the acquisition remain undisclosed, with Uberall claiming that the deal makes it the second biggest location marketing platform behind U.S. rival Yext.
Navads is described as an industry leader in listings and location data management, specializing in mobile navigation, autonomous vehicles and voice search.
The Data Expeditions, Epilogue: Where we review the epic struggle to capture and remake data warehouses, in the context of a world that doesn't appear to be aware such a struggle exists, and may never have seen it as all that epic.
Elastic, the provider of subscription-based data search software used by Dell, Netflix, The New York Times and others, has unveiled its IPO filing after confidentially submitting paperwork to the SEC in June. The company will be the latest in a line of enterprise SaaS businesses to hit the public markets in 2018.
The Mountain View-based company plans to raise $100 million in its NYSE listing, though that’s likely a placeholder amount.
By themselves, neither data governance nor MDM offer sufficient capabilities to meet GDPR requirements. Together, we are much more empowered as an organization.