ETL is giving way to ELT. Why does it matter? Because data preparation remains one of the toughest obstacles that a data-aware organization must overcome. Whether it's a data lake, a cloud data warehouse, or AI-enabled data prep, there are critical factors to consider.
Having great content is vital, but so is getting it to the right target at the right moment, something US retailer Orvis has been focusing heavily upon.
Listening to a conference panel session of representatives from some of the great and the good SI/analyst/consultancy companies run through the issues and approaches that some of their customers are facing in the pandemic era made me think that the result was something all CIOs, of businesses great and small, should be thinking about.
This week - applying AI across industries brings use case lessons. But the AI-for-good versus AI-for-yuck issue looms, given the scale of live systems. Edge computing hype gets a reality check; cloud repatriation gets a critical look. Your whiffs include "no meeting Wednesdays" gone wrong.
AI in financial services - what sort of future do we want to see? Some considerations from The Alan Turing Institute
AI offers benefits to financial services users and providers, but also brings potential threats. It's important to start considering the future we want to see...
Do we really need a data lakehouse? Hashing AI, cloud, and customer proof points with Databricks CEO Ali Ghodsi
Poking fun at vendors for pushing terms like data lakehouses is part of my job. But the real purpose here isn't humor, it's delivering value on data and AI rather than buzzword polishing. Databricks CEO Ali Ghodsi was up for the debate, and he brought customer proof points.
H&M has set out to become the leader in applying AI tech and techniques in the fashion retail sector.
Enterprise hits and misses - hybrid event tech heats up, ERP vendors get called out on sustainability hype, and offices get debated
This week - vendors get called out for sustainability hype, while hybrid event tech gains steam. The return-to-office debate heats up again, thanks to call outs on culture and collaboration. Your whiffs include AI idealism, Amazon's privacy opt-out, and so-called "seamless integration."
A new capability offers B2B sales people more information about prospects and their connections - now rolling out as part of the Salesforce investment banking cloud
New research by Google Cloud has found that manufacturers are increasingly relying on AI in their day-to-day operations, in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.