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“Machine Learning (ML) can take an organisation’s digital transformation to new heights” — It’s a statement we hear time and time again, but in practice, it doesn’t achieve that warm and fuzzy turn-key transformation feeling the statement asserts.
By Santiago Giraldo, Director of Product Marketing at Cloudera.
Machine learning (ML) has been often touted as the big thing that can solve nearly every problem. ML hype has washed over all walks of life - from business to academia. However, it has caused tunnel vision as businesses try to apply machine learning to context where other solutions would work better.
By Juras Juršėnas, Chief Operations Officer at Oxylabs.io
These days, data is viewed as the lifeblood of organisations. Gartner has been heavily focused on the importance of developing a data-driven culture in the past year, stating that: “Leaders need to cultivate an organisational culture that is data-literate and that values information as an asset.”
By Matt Middleton-Leal, EMEA & APAC General Manager at Netwrix.
Machine learning is computationally demanding, not just in terms of processing power but also the underlying graph query language and architecture of the system. We look at how these challenges can be addressed with native graph databases.
By Richard Henderson, Solution Architect, TigerGraph EMEA.
Mark Pestridge, Executive Vice President & General Manager at Telehouse Europe, discusses the digital infrastructure connectivity challenges and requirements of UK IT decision makers, with particular reference to cyber threats, IoT and the edge, the skills shortage – all in a world where the data deluge shows no signs of stopping. Apologies that the high quality of the content is not always matched by high quality audio, but this video provides some great data centre insights, so do not be deterred!
Susan Kenniston, Wipro’s Global Head & VP of Sustainability, discusses the company’s recent research which finds that customers are the key drivers in shaping an organisation’s sustainability strategy. She also explains the importance of the employee experience in driving change, how businesses can refocus their own buying habits reframe their sourcing strategies and why becoming an agile learning organisation is critical to ESG success.
Pathway CEO, Zuzanna Stamirowska, discusses her journey to the IT industry – one which brought her to the world of data analytics and AI, and which ultimately inspired her to launch her own company. Zuzanna shares her experiences along the way, offering advice as to how organisations can best focus on equality and diversity, and also explains how Pathway’s real-time data processing solution works.
Ryan Farris, Vice President of Products at Qumulo, discusses the company’s recently launched Qumulo Scale Anywhere platform – the challenges it is designed to address, the benefits it brings for end users, as well as how it uses the Azure Native Qumulo application and includes Global Namespace.
Coromatic, part of the E.ON group and the leading provider of robust critical infrastructure solutions to secure continuous power supply and data communication, has signed a strategic partnership agreement with the leading colocation data center provider, Green Mountain. The two companies intend to design and build new sustainable data centers in the Nordic market.
Unique partnership builds upon Kao Data’s industry-leading high performance colocation capabilities, providing public sector, academic and scientific research organisations with access to immediate, sustainable, and scalable data centre capacity.