As one year winds down and the next looms, it’s always useful to take stock of what’s happening in the market and amongst our customers.
This week’s blog was going to be a 2018 review of significant happenings in data world, but then this news dropped.
The Data Scientist role is expanding. Google Trends data shows that number of times people searched for “data scientist” steadily increased each month throughout 2018.
The CIO role is constantly evolving. The diversity of skills required to succeed is vastly different than in past years.
Two big events are happening in Las Vegas this week. The first is Amazon’s yearly tech bonanza called AWS re:Invent and the second is our launch of Attunity for Data Lakes.
It’s difficult to make predictions, especially about the future, but we can be certain that “AI Washing” will continue to rise and flourish in 2019.
It’s no secret that the ultra-low latency, highly scalable, distributed Apache Kafka data streaming platform has ushered in a new era of real-time data integration, processing and analytics.
The American Cancer Society (ACS) faces a monumental but critical task—eliminating cancer. For more than 100 years, ACS has brought together donors, volunteers, programs, and research to save lives and work toward a cancer-free world.
Stop the Presses!!! The subject of this week’s blog was quite straightforward when I first sat down to write.
One of the best ways to network is through LinkedIn. It can be challenging to network with like-minded professionals in Big Data, but LinkedIn offers you the opportunity to connect with people when it’s most convenient for you.