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Data is the key to get ahead of rivals in today's data-driven marketplace. Companies all over the world are turning to their increasingly rapidly growing data volumes to make strategic business decisions.

Critical Components of Big Data Architecture for a Translation Company

Smart Data Collective

Big data technology has been instrumental in helping organizations translate between different languages. We covered the benefits of using machine learning and other big data tools in translations in the past. How Does Big Data Architecture Fit with a Translation Company?

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The Case for Moving to a Business-centric Data Architecture

Domo

As someone whose role at Domo is to provide data governance advice to the company’s largest customers, I have lots of conversations with IT leaders about data lakes. At its core, a data lake is a centralized repository that stores all of an organization’s data.

Data Lakes for Non-Techies

Dataversity

The post Data Lakes for Non-Techies appeared first on DATAVERSITY. Click to learn more about author Joan Fabregat-Serra. IT has weaponized jargon since the very beginning of IT itself. Jargon was a key element to create vendor lock-in situations during the ’90s and early 2000s.

What to Know Before Crafting a Cloud Disaster Recovery Plan

Dataversity

In order to effectively back up all of data and resources with cloud disaster recovery, organizations need to craft a disaster recovery (DR) plan beforehand. Click to learn more about author George Williams.

DataOps Highlights the Need for Automated ETL Testing (Part 2)

Dataversity

DataOps, which focuses on automated tools throughout the ETL development cycle, responds to a huge challenge for data integration and ETL projects in general. Click to learn more about author Wayne Yaddow.

Cold vs. Hot Data Storage: What’s the Difference?

Dataversity

When it comes to data storage, the temperature must be taken into consideration. The level of layered data storage service, from cold to hot, is described by the temperature setting. The post Cold vs. Hot Data Storage: What’s the Difference?

Data Resiliency and Data Protection: A Two-Pronged Strategy

Dataversity

As the data-sphere expands in size and value, it becomes even more vulnerable to data loss from such things as cyberattacks, natural disasters, and human error. The post Data Resiliency and Data Protection: A Two-Pronged Strategy appeared first on DATAVERSITY.

Top 5 Enterprise Architecture Mistakes – and How to Avoid Them

Dataversity

The post Top 5 Enterprise Architecture Mistakes – and How to Avoid Them appeared first on DATAVERSITY. Click to learn more about author Jason Baragry.

Are VPNs Safe? It’s Complicated

Dataversity

All month long, we’ll be exploring cybersecurity-related topics to help you (and your data) stay safe online. October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month! Click to learn more about author Francis Dinha.

5 Critical Factors to Consider When Choosing a Data Warehouse Solution

Dataversity

We have seen an unprecedented increase in modern data warehouse solutions among enterprises in recent years. Experts believe that this trend will continue: The global data warehousing market is projected to reach $51.18 Click to learn more about author Ammar Ali.

The Ways Hybrid Cloud Can Work for Your Always-On Business

Dataversity

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Three Tips for Safeguarding Against Data Breaches

Dataversity

The post Three Tips for Safeguarding Against Data Breaches appeared first on DATAVERSITY. Click to learn more about author Balaji Ganesan.

Big Data at 10: Did Bigger Mean Better?

Dataversity

If this time 10 years ago you were working in data and analytics, something was about to happen that would go on to dominate a large part of your professional life. I’m talking about the emergence of “big data.” The post Big Data at 10: Did Bigger Mean Better?

Cyber Resilience Means More Than Just High Availability or Disaster Recovery Alone

Dataversity

All month long, we’ll be exploring cybersecurity-related topics to help you (and your data) stay safe online. October is Cybersecurity Awareness Month! Click to learn more about author Don Boxley. What creates true cyber resilience?

How to Survive a Ransomware Attack: Five Backup Best Practices

Dataversity

No matter what your business or industry is, data is a critical asset to your business. Without secure and dependable backup for data protection, you’re at the mercy of life’s many “what ifs,” whether the data loss comes from spilling a drink on your keyboard or a ransomware attack. […].

In a Data-Driven Economy, Data “Real Estate” Must Be Modernized

Dataversity

The rush to become data-driven is more heated, important, and pronounced than it has ever been. Businesses understand that if they continue to lead by guesswork and gut feeling, they’ll fall behind organizations that have come to recognize and utilize the power and potential of data.

Why We’re Playing Catch-Up on Kubernetes Data Backups

Dataversity

And with the emergence of each new technology, organizations have to relearn the strategies they previously employed to protect data and applications […]. The post Why We’re Playing Catch-Up on Kubernetes Data Backups appeared first on DATAVERSITY.

How to Improve Data Quality by Using Feedback Loops

Dataversity

In this blog, we will take a look at: The impact poor Data Quality has on organizations and practical advice for how to overcome this challenge through the use of feedback loops. Poor Data Quality can cost organizations millions each year. Click to learn more about author Eva Murray.

The Duality of DBaaS: Friend or Foe?

Dataversity

Data Architecture Blogs Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders Data Education Database Blogs Database News, Articles, & EducationClick to learn more about author Matt Yonkovit.

Blockchain Apps on Bare Metal Servers (Part 1): Big Data and Security

Dataversity

The post Blockchain Apps on Bare Metal Servers (Part 1): Big Data and Security appeared first on DATAVERSITY. Click to learn more about author Andreea Jakab. Blockchain applications are becoming more and more popular both in the public and private sectors.

IntegrationOps: The Final Frontier of IT Democratization

Dataversity

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Master Data Management on Cloud Journey

Dataversity

If you are responsible for Master Data Management (MDM) in your company, you are likely considering moving or implementing MDM on the cloud. The post Master Data Management on Cloud Journey appeared first on DATAVERSITY. Click to learn more about co-author Kelvin Looi.

The Benefits of Document Management Systems for Your Data

Dataversity

The post The Benefits of Document Management Systems for Your Data appeared first on DATAVERSITY. Modern document management systems offer professionals a host of unique features and have truly begun to revolutionize the office environment.

How Companies Can Adapt to Global Data Privacy Regulations

Dataversity

On August 20, 2021, the People’s Republic of China passed its first comprehensive data privacy law, the Personal Information Protection Law (PIPL). The post How Companies Can Adapt to Global Data Privacy Regulations appeared first on DATAVERSITY.

Data Fabric: Convergent Solutions to Avoid Complex Tools Patchwork

Dataversity

According to Gartner, data fabric is an architecture and set of data services that provides consistent functionality across a variety of environments, from on-premises to the cloud. Click to learn more about author Michele Iurillo.

The Hidden Costs of Cyberattacks

Dataversity

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Why ETL Needs Open Source to Address the Long Tail of Integrations

Dataversity

Over the last year, our team has interviewed more than 200 companies about their data integration use cases. What we discovered is that data integration in 2021 is still a mess. Click to learn more about co-author Shrif Nada. Click to learn more about co-author Davin Chia.

How Organizations Can Remedy Rushed Digital Transformation Projects

Dataversity

Data Architecture Blogs Data Architecture News, Articles, & Education Data Blogs | Information From Enterprise Leaders Data Education Enterprise Information Management Information Management BlogsClick to learn more about author Ian Stendera.

Quick, Easy, and Flexible Data Model Diagrams

Dataversity

And we have short delivery cycles, sprints, and a lot of peers to share data models with. The post Quick, Easy, and Flexible Data Model Diagrams appeared first on DATAVERSITY. Click to learn more about author Thomas Frisendal. Many of us have a lot to do.

How to Work with Modern Databases

Dataversity

Today, we gather data at a seemingly manic pace – and as quickly as it’s collected, it’s analyzed and parsed. As the famous saying from a few years back goes, “Data is […]. Click to learn more about author Thomas LaRock.

Planet of the Apps and Their SaaS-ification

Dataversity

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The Future of Data Centers Is Greener, More Open Computing

Dataversity

The post The Future of Data Centers Is Greener, More Open Computing appeared first on DATAVERSITY. Click to learn more about author Alan Chang.

R.I.P. Rip and Replace: How Process Automation Enables Digital Transformation

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The Role of OLAP in the Cloud Era

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How Much Should Enterprises Worry About Vendor Lock-In in Public Cloud?

Dataversity

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Three Steps to Building a Successful Data Migration and Protection Strategy

Dataversity

Today’s data-hungry organizations face a growing range of management and migration challenges as their use of on-prem storage evolves and their consumption of cloud services continues to climb. Click to learn more about author Steve Leeper.