KX Recognized in 2021 Now Tech: Streaming Data Platforms Q2 2021 Report by Independent Research Firm
Business leaders are being challenged to become more flexible and adaptable than ever before — yet are being held back by their lack of insight and ability to forecast sales and revenue.
A year ago, nobody could have foreseen the huge effect COVID-19 would have on the communications sector. The seismic shift from working in an office environment to working from home has overhauled the connectivity requirements of people and organisations.
The demand for people with specialist data skills — like data scientists for example — has more than tripled over the last five years (+231%). With nearly every single sector, including banking, transport and retail generating an explosion in data, employers are desperately on the hunt for skilled experts who can make sense of it.
Data & AI increase in Sports
The increased use and controversy of VAR in football has been the subject of much debate in recent times, however many athletes across all sports – and officials, have used artificial intelligence (AI) to improve their performance, in a number of different ways.
2020 was an unpredictable year and has without doubt played a major role in shaping the priorities of businesses in 2021. With the recent surge in remote working looking to be an ongoing change, the proliferation of data has increased and forced businesses to consider their storage needs.
Bruno Dagnino is the CTO of Metrica Sports, a leading data and video analysis platform that has provided cutting edge solutions to elite football clubs since 2014. Aspiring analysts, players and coaches, can download Metrica for free here and try their hand at video and data analysis.
Leverage your CRM system fully with these 8 tips from Sara Evans of PragmatiQ Solutions
Most enterprise security teams are already drowning in a sea of sensor and scanner data that needs to be manually correlated, analysed, and interpreted. No easy task when you take into account the growing volumes of vulnerability data and the increasing complexity of today’s enterprise IT environments.
When it comes to data storage, here’s what we expect to see throughout 2021.
In our latest founder feature, we’re talking to Gal Ringel, founder of Mine, the company helping people to locate and take back control of their data.
Douglas McDowell, Chief Strategy Officer at SentryOne, looks at how Intelligent DataOps can help businesses control, and make full use of their data.
How to correctly use container storage
SentryOne announced the general availability of SQL Sentry Premium, a new edition of its flagship database performance monitoring solution.
There are many ways to collect and manage customer data efficiently; you just need to make sure that you understand how.
With cyberattacks rising, how can we prevent our virtual worlds losing data? Philip Bridge, President at Ontrack helps shed some light on the steps we can take.
Edge computing is not necessarily a revolution in cloud computing but an evolution of what came before: so why do we need the edge when we have the cloud?
The stream of data heading into the mobile network is growing at an enormous rate. Simon Crosby of SWIM.AI calls the forthcoming data deluge a “tsunami that won’t end” How do we stem the tide?
Mine has developed a tool that can show you your data footprint, enabling you to take control
In our latest contribution, Jonathan Wax, VP EMEA at NICE Nexidia gives his take on the future of analytics, looking at its ever-growing role in business operations.