A Review of the Top Game Changing Data Trends for 2018

infogix

During this interview-style webcast Infogix’s Emily Washington, SVP of Product Management looked ahead in 2018 and predicted what trends will come to fruition, what new concepts will graze the horizon, and what may fail to launch.
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Spotlight

Evolving technologies in the energy and utilities industry, including smart meters and smart grids, can provide companies with unprecedented capabilities for forecasting demand, shaping customer usage patterns, preventing outages, optimizing unit commitment and more. At the same time, these advances also generate unprecedented data volume, speed and complexity.To manage and use this information to gain insight, energy and utility companies are turning to big data technologies capable of high-volume data management and advanced analytics…

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ADVANCING CANCER TREATMENT WITH SELF-SERVICE DATA PREPARATION

Paxata

PrecisionProfile – a bioinformatics technology company – focuses on enabling oncologists and research scientists to rapidly analyze genomic profiles and create personalized treatment plans for cancer patients. Like most organizations, PrecisionProfile struggled with the most time-consuming part of every analytics exercise - combing, cleaning, and shaping data into actionable information. With self-service data preparation, they were able to design and develop a platform to accelerate data pipelines, enabling scientists to spend more time analyzing data and formulating how they can leverage it to save lives. View this webcast to learn: Empower researchers and oncologists to spend a fraction of their time restructuring data. Reduced cycle time of a genomic clinical study from 1-3 months to 2-8 hours.
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Data Strategy Best Practices

infogix

Your Data Strategy should be concise, actionable, and understandable by business and IT! Data is not just another resource. It is your most powerful, yet poorly managed and therefore underutilized organizational asset. Data are your sole non-depletable, non-degradable, durable strategic assets, and they are pervasively shared across every organizational area. Overcoming lack of talent, barriers in organizational thinking, and seven specific data sins are organizational prerequisites to be satisfied before (a measurable) nine out of 10 organizations can achieve the three primary goals of an organizational Data Strategy, which are to:
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Applying Hybrid Operational/Analytic Processing (Hoap) in the Real World

MariaDB

The need to monetize data has become a strategic imperative for businesses undergoing digital transformation, whether it’s using data to improve customer engagement, identify compelling opportunities or deliver actionable insight. However, as businesses look to expand revenue-generating, customer-facing applications beyond operational processing to include analytics, they find themselves outgrowing the their transactional database. They need full operational and full analytic capabilities.
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Data-Driven Product Development

DataCamp

In this webinar, Ramnath Vaidyanathan, VP Product Research at DataCamp, shares how DataCamp uses data in a big way to drive the development of products and content at scale. He gives some practical examples & insights of ways data has shaped DataCamp's products. Finally, Ramnath goes through the data-driven development process so you can apply the same principles to the products you are building.
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Spotlight

Evolving technologies in the energy and utilities industry, including smart meters and smart grids, can provide companies with unprecedented capabilities for forecasting demand, shaping customer usage patterns, preventing outages, optimizing unit commitment and more. At the same time, these advances also generate unprecedented data volume, speed and complexity.To manage and use this information to gain insight, energy and utility companies are turning to big data technologies capable of high-volume data management and advanced analytics…

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