Augmenting BI and Analytics in the Age of AI and Big Data

Artificial intelligence (AI) and big data technologies are driving major changes in how organizations think about business intelligence and analytics. Rather than be limited to querying and reporting on just what is in traditional BI systems or data warehouses, many business users and analysts want to tap a fuller range of data in systems running Apache Hadoop, Apache Spark, or on cloud data platforms and storage. At the same time, AI practices and technologies (in particular machine learning and natural language processing) are changing how users explore, analyze, and interact with data and the types of insights they can generate.
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Insights & Analytics: Digging into the Data to Measure and Accelerate Trust Programs

It’s no secret that trust provides a competitive advantage, with trusted companies outperforming their market peers. Boards, executives, and businesses across the globe want to find ways to build trust with consumers, employees, investors, and all stakeholders. But how do you define metrics, quantify, and measure trust?
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Oracle Autonomous Database - Keep Data More Secured, Eliminate Costly Data Breaches

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Data, the life blood of today's economy, is an attractive target for cyber attackers. Learn how a self-securing database provides security and peace of mind without relying on manual, error-prone processes allowing you to focus on innovation and not damage control.
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Real-time Machine Learning: Architecture and Challenges

Fresh data beats stale data for machine learning applications. This on demand webinar discusses the value of fresh data as well as different types of architecture and challenges of online prediction, it will also cover the tradeoffs between latency, staleness, and cost.
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A Review of the Top Game Changing Data Trends for 2018

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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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