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The term “CDO” has typically refered to Chief Data Officer. But some industry leaders make the case for revising it to mean Chief Digital Officer.
One of them is Langley Eide, Chief Strategy Officer at Data Science and Analytics platform vendor Alteryx. A Chief Digital Officer title, she says, “leans forward into digital transformation,” and makes it clear that the person who holds this post is the person “driving the systems and capabilities that support that. So, this is a highly strategic ...
What’s the most expensive thing you can do with a piece of data?
Throw it out.Yet, many enterprises may be concerned that they won’t have the ability to keep all their potentially valuable data assets around, organized, and protected as information volumes explode.
The American healthcare system could certainly use some improvements to make it cheaper and more effective. But rather than trying to fix a flawed model, Forward is taking an entirely new approach, focusing on tech-led proactive and preventative care through a subscription service.
Ensuring optimal Data Quality is a difficult and often problematic task for many organizations. A study of 75 executives conducted over the last couple of years revealed that only 3 percent found that their departments fell within the minimum acceptable range of 97 or more correct data records out of 100, according to an account in The Harvard Business Review.
The research, carried out by Thomas C. Redman, President of Data Quality Solutions, with Cork University Business School Lecturer Tadh...
This past summer The University of Washington went live with Workday, a Software-as-a-Service human capital management solution. It replaced a decades-old HR/payroll (HR/P) system and represented the largest administrative transformation in the school’s history. Human resources personnel are affected by the change, of course, but so too is practically everyone else on campus.
With all that IT service management (ITSM) practices already do and increasingly will encompass, enterprises planning to adopt the discipline or broaden their interpretation of it have a lot to think about when considering which ITSM solution will best support their needs. .
Data Governance isn’t what it used to be. That’s not a criticism at what it has been in the past. It’s just a heads up that going into 2018; Data Governance is evolving in exciting new ways as it takes on even greater urgency for organizations of every size.
The non-profit Polaris, based in Washington D.C., is dedicated to eradicating the multi-billion-dollar human trafficking industry, which it says affects more than 25 million people around the world.
Why did PhraseApp decide to leverage the open-source Kubernetes container management tool for its core software product? Maturity, flexibility, and openness ranked high on the list of reasons, says Tobias Schwab, co-founder of Dynport, better known by its flagship product name, PhraseApp.
There have been some exciting developments of late in the Semantic Web and Technology space. Semantic Technology trends in 2018 will continue to advance many of the trends discussed in 2017 and build upon a number of new changes just entering the marketplace.
You can't achieve great management and agility by reading a tutorial. You need to hear stories of how others did it and network with experienced practitioners. Here is our shortlist of the most popular agile and lean software development conferences in 2018.
One of the subjects of debate surrounding Artificial Intelligence (AI) is whether, or how much, its progress threatens taking humans out of the equation in industries of every type. Not everyone sees the technology as taking humans out of the equation though. For Walter De Brouwer, who has a history in internet entrepreneurship and is founder and CEO of the recently-launched computational linguistics company doc.ai, humans haven’t yet gone far enough bringing machines into the equation.