• February
    11

    Not long ago it was accounted for that the normal compensation for cybercriminals hampering individuals and organizations has expanded to over $41,000 in Q3 of 2019, a development of 13.1% over the past quarter. The expansion recommends that ransomware remains large business for digital lawbreakers. This is especially so as effective execution implies pain free…

  • September
    24

    These days, companies are increasingly using Digital Transformation (“DX”) and Business Intelligence (“BI”) and Data Analysis to inform their business strategies and growth plans. The world has seen exponential data growth in the past few years, which has driven the need for all organisations to implement best-practice methods for data protection and data management. Due…

  • August
    22

    Data lake and data warehouse are two types of repository for storing big data. However, this is where the similarity ends, since in general, a data lake has a flat architecture and is best suited to unstructured data, whereas data in a data warehouse is structured, and has data stored in files or folders. The…

  • July
    03

    In this article by MIT Sloan Management Review, Thomas C. Redman reports that the cost of bad data is an astonishing 15-25% of revenue for most companies. Getting in front on data quality presents a terrific opportunity to improve business performance. Better data means fewer mistakes, lower costs, better decisions, and better products. Further, I…

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