Data is the New Currency. Are You Prepared to Invest?

data analytics
April 27, 2017

Data is, and will continue to be, at the core of our digital world.  Considering data as a currency not only validates the importance of data, but strategically shows a smarter use for it.  Actionable insights from unified data are key for advancing digital experiences and improving business decisions.  However, critical data is often found outside a company’s firewall or sometimes lost within an organization’s internal silos. It’s as if…

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Big data in 2016 vs 2017 – What’s changed and what’s to come?

big data analytics
February 14, 2017

Last year, I gave a presentation to industry executives where I discussed my five big data predictions for 2016. I don’t make a lot of predictions personally, but I enjoy understanding the merits of why others would do so. I thought it would be interesting to revisit these thought-provoking predictions and posit some thoughts of my own for 2017. #1: The rise of the Chief Data Officer By now we…

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Are healthcare companies hoarding data? Help your customers prioritize, regulate and simplify data with information governance

healthcare information governance
July 28, 2016

There’s a real fear when it comes to deleting data. No matter how obscure or obsolete information may seem, many healthcare organizations view data deletion as a risk they could be deleting research that holds the key to the next major medical breakthrough. The cost of data storage – is it worth it to keep data “just in case?” Storing all data can sometimes seem like it’s the right thing…

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Tapping the Dark Data in IoT

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December 1, 2015

The Internet of Things opens up a world of new types of data often called “dark data”, which simply means operational data that has historically not been used. Although, IoT may uncover this “Dark Data”, it is the trusted advisor that can help the business turn that information into new and potentially game changing revenue streams for the business.

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