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Following the success of our Creating Data-as-a-Service Products at Data Natives, Elizabeth Press from D3M Labs and Dataconomy are joining forces to give your organization the opportunity to jump start your next innovative data product. Contact us to book a training specifically designed for your organization. Even though analysts publish optimistic
The White Rabbit, Cheshire Cat and Your Analytics Wonderland: How Data Curation Reminds Me of a Familiar Childhood Journey
Analysis is easy. It’s rational and straightforward. Understand the relatively linear set of steps for populating an analytic model and you’re set for success. Finding insights is the part of the data process that is hard. It requires the non-linear skill of interpretation. Interpretation is inexact, it requires judgement and
Elizabeth Press from D3M Labs and Data Natives are joining forces to give you the opportunity to jump start your next innovation in one day during our 1-day workshop on October 26th Creating Innovative Data-as-a-Service Products. What is Data-as-a-Service? Data-as-a-Service (DaaS) can be described as productized data-driven insight on demand.
With over 20 years growing and leading technology companies, Frank Bien built his career on nurturing strong corporate culture and highly efficient teams. Prior to Looker, Frank was SVP of Strategy for storage vendor Virsto (acquired by VMware) and VP of Strategic Alliances at big-data pioneer Greenplum, leading their acquisition
As of last week, the team of STORM was in China – being treated as movie stars, with young students fighting to take a selfie with the motor and the team, and several autograph sessions. The CAN data cannot be sent these days due to internet restrictions, and our analytics
Thinking about going the cloud-route for your big data analytics strategy? You’re not alone. Suddenly, the cloud has become a hot topic in the analytics software world and in particular big data analytics. While customer relationship management (CRM) software and other applications, like payroll and expense reporting, have steadily moved