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Active Analytics Arrives at Oracle OpenWorld

By Ken Wattana | September 13, 2019

We’re excited to make our first appearance at Oracle OpenWorld! As one of the world’s largest tech conferences, OpenWorld is the place to be next week if you’re interested in analytics, data, cloud, and more from September 16-19 in San Francisco. Make sure to stop by our booth,  OCI-P3 in the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI)…

The Internet Of Things Is Powering The Data-Driven Fourth Industrial Revolution

By Nima Negahban | September 12, 2019

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is data-driven. And a primary reason for this is the rise of the internet of things (IoT). Connected devices from the consumer level to the industrial are creating—and consuming—more data than ever before. Last year, IoT devices outnumbered the world’s population for the first time, and by 2021, Gartner predicts that one million new IoT…

The Turing Point: Artificial Intelligence At The Nexus Of Morality, Bias, & Societal Change

By Daniel Raskin | September 4, 2019

Artificial intelligence is at a turning point. We are at a decision point where we must consider the implications of AI, or else risk creating a world where AI makes choices that impact all of us without first agreeing upon the terms of engagement. There are several key areas of concern: morality, bias, and societal…

The Retail Industry Needs to Become Data Capable

By Daniel Raskin | August 26, 2019

According to Deloitte’s 2019 Retail Industry Outlook, 2018 saw a strong U.S. economy and a record-breaking holiday season. And while the retail industry witnessed mixed earnings, one constant remained — customers’ expectations are on a steep incline. Becoming a data-capable organization requires significant changes to be made at the leadership and technological level in order to…

IoT Investment Has to Begin Now

By Nima Negahban | August 7, 2019

It’s been widely reported that the IoT market is expected to generate significant market opportunity – upwards of $267 billion — by 2020. Numbers aside, one of the main drivers is the rapid growth of IoT and connected devices consumed at both the consumer and industrial level, leading to an extreme side effect — a massive explosion…

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