While data is an enterprise’s most valuable resource when it comes to gaining competitive advantage and improving business performance, time is a critical component. Businesses run 24x7, tasking our data citizens to maximize actionable insights that will drive the actions of tomorrow.
Together, IBM and Cloudera offer a modern data platform with the governance and security to drive the future of AI and ML. Our solutions are optimized for the cloud, but we give our customers options to put their data where it works best for them.
Every company has its own set of problems that it attempts to solve. In our case, we needed a more efficient and accurate way to identify the relationships between businesses on which we maintain data.
Martec's law states, “Technology changes exponentially; organizations change logarithmically.” Translation? Technology will accelerate faster than companies can adapt to increasing data growth and adopt new business models.
On the latest episode of Data Decoded, we talk about data governance and compliance in the age of self-service with Donald Farmer, Principal at TreeHive Strategy. You’ll hear about the shifting balance in power between business users and IT as well as the change in role of IT from the “gate keepers
“Content management” — at least as traditionally defined — is no longer the straw that stirs the process drink. It’s a key element, yes. It’s an important set of tools in the enterprise toolkit, yes. But it is not the only game in process town.
Data democratization allows data to be accessed across the organization and empowers individuals to use the data in their decision making and gain critical business insights. Data democratization is fast becoming a game changer as it’s moving towards a user centric micro-services based architecture.
As the information age matures, data has become the most powerful resource enterprises have at their disposal. Learn how to leverage a trusted analytics foundation to achieve all your insight-driven goals.
Making your data lake a “governed data lake” is the game changer. Without governance, organizations risk securing the data and as well as protecting it. When data is cataloged and governed, an organization can effectively discover, classify, track history and lineage, quality of data and thereby