Expanding Biobanking Size and Scope to Advance Big Data Discovery

LabRoots

Currently, the Cleveland Clinic Biorepository is an assembly of several biobanks together with the Lerner Research Institute. Excel spreadsheets track almost everything – and there are no universal LIS, SOPs, universal, centralized freezer monitoring, or means to electronically track patient tissue. The Cleveland Clinic is embarking on an enterprise-wide initiative to accelerate its biobanking capacity, leveraging its clinical volume and disease expertise. As part of this initiative, the Cleveland Clinic is partnering with Brooks Life Sciences to build a state of the art, 21,000 square-foot structure biobanking facility, set to open in the summer of 2019.
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Spotlight

Artificial intelligence (AI), virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), Internet of Things (IoT), and autonomous cars, all enabled by 5G, escalate the need for more and faster data both in the core network and the data center. Many data centers are currently at maximum capacity. Data center operators need to find a way to increase channel bandwidth to reach 400 gigabit Ethernet (GE) speeds to support the performance demands of emerging technologies. Upgrading from 100GE to 400GE requires a whole new set of tests.

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Metadata Governance for Catalogs, Glossaries, Dictionaries, and Data

erwin

Metadata Governance is the execution and enforcement of authority over the management of Metadata and other data documentation. Organizations that govern their data documentation find it easier to govern their data as a result. There is direct correlation between the use of Data Catalogs, Business Glossaries and Data Dictionaries and successful governance of data and Metadata. This month’s RWDG webinar with Bob Seiner will focus on governing the use of the mentioned tools and the Metadata that can be managed inside each one. Bob will talk about governing Metadata in existing Metadata resources versus using new tools to handle this function.
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Data Privacy in Analytics

Data Protection and Privacy Compliance are becoming more ubiquitous and gaining in importance. In recent years, legislation has reacted by introducing e.g. the GDPR, the UK Data Protection Law or the California Consumer Privacy Act and associated regulations (“CCPA”). European Regulators especially have been clear that they take data privacy of their citizens very seriously, as shown in the January 2022 ruling of the Austrian courts against a website that was using Google Analytics.
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Combining Data Management with Organizational Change

Global Data Strategy

Data Governance is both a technical and an organizational discipline, and getting Data Governance right requires a combination of Data Management fundamentals aligned with organizational change and stakeholder buy-in. Join Nigel Turner and Donna Burbank as they provide an architecture-based approach to aligning business motivation, organizational change, Metadata Management, Data Architecture and more in a concrete, practical way to achieve success in your organization.
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Democratizing Data Science With No-Cod

The pace at which the field of data science is expanding makes it impossible for the enterprises to catch up to the state of the art solutions. To avoid falling short of the demands of burgeoning digital revolutions, solutions like APIs, drag and drop analytics, low code and even no-code have been developed. For instance, no-code tools bridge the gap between domain expertise and niche skills of the developers. Know more about why enterprises are increasingly leaning on no code solutions in the upcoming webinar being organised by Analytics India Magazine in association with HP.
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Spotlight

Artificial intelligence (AI), virtual and augmented reality (VR/AR), Internet of Things (IoT), and autonomous cars, all enabled by 5G, escalate the need for more and faster data both in the core network and the data center. Many data centers are currently at maximum capacity. Data center operators need to find a way to increase channel bandwidth to reach 400 gigabit Ethernet (GE) speeds to support the performance demands of emerging technologies. Upgrading from 100GE to 400GE requires a whole new set of tests.

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