Business dynamics are evolving with every passing second. There is no doubt that the competition in today’s business world is much more intense than it was a decade ago. Companies are fighting to hold on to any advantages. Digitalization and the introduction of machine learning into day-to-day business processes have
Rich Miner — Android co-founder, formerly Google Ventures, now Google — asked me recently “What if companies managed their data like they manage their money?” It’s a basic but profound question that merits some thoughts based on my 25 years managing both information and financial functions in technology and data
Big Data. It’s everyone’s favourite buzzword. The Big Data trend has the potential to revolutionise the IT industry by offering businesses new insight into the data they previously ignored. For many, it is seen as the Holy Grail for businesses today. For organisations, it’s the route towards better understanding exactly
In spite of the fact that the term “360-degree view of the customer” has become ubiquitous in the data management and CRM realm for quite some time, it is still quite rare to find a company that has achieved it. The same problems that have plagued companies for years, blocking
‘Streams in the Beginning, Graphs in the End’ — Part I: Data Management for the Internet of Everything
‘Streams in the Beginning, Graphs in the End’ is a three-part series by Dataconomy contributor and Senior Director of Product Management at Cray, Inc., Venkat Krishnamurthy – focusing on how big changes are afoot in data management, driven by a very different set of use cases around sensor data processing. In this first part, we’ll talk
Alation, a California based data accessibility startup emerged from stealth mode last week to make available its enterprise data accessibility platform that promises to bring together machine learning and “human insight” to assist the data-driven organisation’s workforce in collaborative analytics, data search and discovery, data optimization and effective data governance.
Provider of data-driven applications and modern data management solutions for the enterprise, Reltio, has secured $10 million in a Series A funding. The capital came from Crosslink Capital and .406 Ventures. The venture funding is intended to fuel product development, and overall expansion of sales and marketing initiatives. Reltio also
Irish Startup Asystec and Cisco Come Together to Roll Out Complete Big Data Solution in Joint Venture
Data management innovator Asystec, has entered into a joint venture with networking solutions provider Cisco in order to combine their “unique methodology and expertise in Data Analytics while Cisco delivers infrastructure and experience to provide a complete Big Data solution.” “Corporate partnerships are fueling the growth of the world’s most
I met with a client last week that was trying to determine what and how to deal with one of the most common and complex problems that organizations both small and large have to deal with – data management. This oil and gas company had data coming out of its
Data management specialists Peaxy have made their signature product, the Peaxy Hyperfiler generally available today. The general principle behind the Hyperfiler software is making massive amounts of unstructured data across complex data architectures immediately accessible and manageable. The Hyperfiler product was built with a particular industrial pain point in mind.