What’s Ahead in Data Management in 2019?

tdwi.org

This webinar is a must attend  for technical users and business managers who are facing these changes. The expert panel on this webinar will help attendees understand what’s ahead in 2019 and beyond for data management. Attendees can then apply that information to prioritize the data management changes they must address and how they will prepare via hiring, training, budgeting, making a business case, and adopting the right data platforms and tools.
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How to Stay Ahead of a Crisis, and What to Do if You Can't

Imagine you’re a luxury brand releasing a product to a rapt and loyal audience. But instead of receiving rave reviews, your product incites controversy—and social chatter swells around that negative impression. Suddenly, the brand is making headlines that threaten its reputation and could alienate customers. How can you implemen
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Choosing the Right Database for Time Series Data

MemSQL

In this webinar, MemSQL Product Marketing Manager Mike Boyarski describes the growth in popularity of time series data and talks about the best options for a time series database, including a live Q&A. You can view the webinar and download the slides here. Here at MemSQL, we’ve had a lot of interest in our blog posts on time series data and choosing a time series database, as well as our O’Reilly time series ebook download. However, this webinar does a particularly good job of explaining what you would want in a time series database, and how that fits with MemSQL. We encourage you to read this blog post, then view the webinar.
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Modern Data Analytics in the Cloud: Achieving an End-to-End Strategy

TDWI

Businesses today need fast, scalable, and agile data and analytics, and cloud-based solutions are proving critical to satisfying these requirements. They enable organizations to rapidly and easily spin up systems and services for collecting, managing, and analyzing data. More important, cloud-based solutions deliver value from “data gravity”the surging volumes of new data created in the cloud by social media, the IoT, multichannel customer behavior, and other activity.
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Realizing the Value of Big Data through Data Quality

infogix

Third, we argue that to advance theories on big data value realization, the IS field .For example, in a research facility, policies on information governance
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