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4 Reasons Why It’s Critical to Integrate Front and Back-Office Data

4 Reasons Why It’s Critical to Integrate Front and Back-Office Data

| September 13, 2019

By Eran Gil—For many businesses, despite best-in-class architecture, the front-end and back-end of their company exist as two functioning but separate parts of the whole enterprise. The front-end is where the customer interacts, but there is little to no integration with the behind the scenes back-end where the cogs are turning and the data is […]

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Great Cloud Migration Opens Data Opportunities

Great Cloud Migration Opens Data Opportunities

| June 16, 2019

By Alex Woodie–We’re in the midst of a massive cloud migration at the moment, as companies look to take advantage of the scalability and simplicity of storing and processing data in the cloud. But connecting the dots between on-premise data sources and AWS, Google Cloud, and Azure repositories is easier said than done. That’s also […]

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‘Data Scientist’ Title Evolving Into New Thing

‘Data Scientist’ Title Evolving Into New Thing

| April 21, 2019

By Alex Woodie—Who is a data scientist, and what do they do? It’s a worthy question, and one that’s been asked an untold number of times over the years. But now it appears the job definition of the data scientist is changing into something new. The big question, then, is what replaces it? The traditional […]

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Improving Risk Evaluation Through Advanced Analytics

Improving Risk Evaluation Through Advanced Analytics

| March 10, 2019

By Ali Akbari The data we generate and copy annually doubles in size every two years, and IDC says it will reach 44 trillion gigabytes by 2020. That creates significant new opportunity for business. Indeed, as The Economist has noted, data has become more valuable than oil. In the case of data, there’s a lot of […]

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