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Zoox Smart Data to Showcase Advanced Innovations in Big Data and Artificial Intelligence Technology at HITEC 2021

Zoox Smart Data (“Zoox”), an international provider of technological solutions that harnesses big data to build customer profiles from existing Wi-Fi networks, is set to exhibit its latest technological innovations at HITEC 2021 in Dallas, Texas. During the event, which will take place from September 27-30, Zoox will offer visitors at Booth #5112 the opportunity to learn how innovations in big data technology can empower a hotel’s existing network infrastructure with the ability to maximi...
Tags: Travel, Big Data, Dallas Texas, HITEC, Zoox, Zoox Smart Data

How to Start a Successful Consulting Business

Consulting businesses are excellent ways to start a business of your own when you previously worked in a very services-specific industry. This doesn’t mean offering a service that people can buy, but rather offering a service that businesses used internally. For example, if you are a sustainability advisor or an IT specialist.  While you can always start a business with the right ambition and funds, it is important to play to your strengths. When you are, for example, a data analyst, it’s goi...
Tags: Business, Big Data, Sales

Double Down On People Skills In Data Analytics Work

Most companies’ focus on data and technology capabilities is not balanced with focus on people and process. Learn why people skills matter in data insights.
Tags: Digital Transformation, Big Data, Marketing, Data Analysis, Age Of The Customer, Customer Insights, Promoted, Data Insights, business & IT alignment, People Skills In Data Analytics Work

Seqera Labs grabs $5.5M to help sequence Covid-19 variants and other complex data problems

Bringing order and understanding to unstructured information located across disparate silos has been one of more significant breakthroughs of the big data era, and today a European startup that has built a platform to help with this challenge specifically in the area of life sciences — and has, notably, been used by labs to sequence and so far identify two major Covid-19 variants — is announcing some funding to continue building out its tools to a wider set of use cases, and to expand into North...
Tags: Health, TC, Mark Zuckerberg, Europe, Science, Enterprise, Big Data, Funding, Articles, Tech, Barcelona, Ceo, Computing, Machine Learning, North America, Alpha

VideoAmp Hires Tony Fagan as Chief Technology Officer to Accelerate Innovation of Measurement and Big Data Solutions

LOS ANGELES — Software and data platform, VideoAmp, today announced Tony Fagan as Chief Technology Officer, a newly created role for the company. Fagan will focus on the acceleration and innovation of VideoAmp’s planning, measurement and optimization solutions, along with the data that supports it. Fagan is one of several key hires VideoAmp has made this […] The post VideoAmp Hires Tony Fagan as Chief Technology Officer to Accelerate Innovation of Measurement and Big Data Solutions appeared firs...
Tags: Big Data, Advertising, Los Angeles, Video Ads, Press Releases, Videoamp, Online Media, Fagan, Ad & Media Strategies, Ads by Creative, Ads Taxonomy, Ad Products, Big Data Solutions, Media Measurement, Tony Fagan

Make The Uncertain Certain: Join Us At Our Data Strategy & Insights Event

Join us November 18-19, 2021, to learn best practices for producing connected, clear data insights that drive business outcomes. Discover what attendees will get at this year's Data Strategy & Insights.
Tags: Big Data, Marketing, Data Science, Data Analysis, Age Of The Customer, Customer Insights, Promoted, Data Insights

Monad emerges from stealth with $17M to solve the cybersecurity big data problem

Cloud security startup Monad, which offers a platform for extracting and connecting data from various security tools, has launched from stealth with $17 million in Series A funding led by Index Ventures.   Monad was founded on the belief that enterprise cybersecurity is a growing data management challenge, as organizations try to understand and interpret the masses of information that’s siloed within disconnected logs and databases. Once an organization has extracted data from their security to...
Tags: Security, Technology, Big Data, Cloud Computing, Funding, Tech, Information Technology, Computing, Sequoia Capital, Devops, Palantir, Security tools, Data Management, Data Warehouse, Vmware, Sequoia

Monte Carlo closes $60M Series C on the back of rapid ARR growth

Monte Carlo has returned to the capital well for the second time this year, adding $60 million to its accounts thanks to a new, ICONIQ Growth-led Series C. The company helps customers monitor their data inflows, finding issues and errors that could foul downstream data analysis. The company raised a Series B earlier this year, a $25 million round led by GGV and Redpoint. Both Series B lead investors participated in Monte Carlo’s Series C, joined by Salesforce Ventures, a new investor in the comp...
Tags: Fundings & Exits, Startups, TC, Big Data, Tech, Data, Venture Capital, Moses, Salesforce Ventures, The Company, Monte Carlo, ARR, Barr Moses, Data Observability

Connected Insurance: Reality Or Hype?

I speak often with clients about the role of technology in insurance.  Of the many innovations we discuss, connected insurance may be the most polarizing. Connected insurance (CI) is nascent across most insurance lines. But evolving consumer preferences and increasing competition from digital-first startups require forward-thinking insurers to harness emerging technology and invest in CI […]
Tags: Big Data, Marketing, Insurance, Customer Experience, Emerging Technology, Automotive, Automation, Innovation, Machine Learning, Fintech, Business Intelligence, Predictive Analytics, Age Of The Customer, Digital Business, Digital Disruption, Insurtech

Worried About Losing Cookie Tracking? Look To Your Loyalty Program

A loyalty program is a great way to collect zero-party data. Read how your loyalty program can be a powerful tool in the post-cookie world.
Tags: Big Data, Marketing, Personalization, Customer Loyalty, Age Of The Customer, Promoted, Data Mining And Collection

ActiveFence comes out of the shadows with $100M in funding and tech that detects online harm, now valued at $500M+

Online abuse, disinformation, fraud and other malicious content is growing and getting more complex to track. Today, a startup called ActiveFence, which has quietly built a tech platform to suss out threats as they are being formed and planned, to make it easier for trust and safety teams to combat them on platforms, is coming out of the shadows to announce significant funding on the back of a surge of large organizations using its services. The startup, co-headquartered in New York and Tel Aviv...
Tags: Security, TC, Facebook, Europe, New York, Enterprise, Big Data, Government, Funding, Tel Aviv, Tech, Highland Europe, Misinformation, Norwest Venture Partners, NLP, CRV

Augmented Analytics: Unlocking the insights from your data

This Industry Viewpoint was authored by Rohit Maheshwari, Head of Strategy and Product at Subex Big Data is a big business and it’s getting bigger with each passing year. In fact, IDC predicts that data generated by connected Internet of Things (IoT) devices will grow from 13.6 zettabytes (ZB) in 2019 to 79.4 ZB by 2025. Although Big Data plays a key role in an organization’s ability to make effective business decisions, most companies struggle with being able to accurately interpret the insight...
Tags: Big Data, Advertising, Idc, Rohit Maheshwari, Subex Big Data

Right-to-Repair Movement Gets Federal Attention

While the right-to-repair movement is fighting a national battle, the brunt of the action has been taking place on America’s coasts. Consumer activists are taking on multinational corporations that don’t want you to modify your mobile devices, affix aftermarket components to your vehicle, or have complete access to the data that’s amassed by the staggering […] The post Right-to-Repair Movement Gets Federal Attention appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Laws, Diy, Privacy, Big Data, Government, America, Maintenance, Regulations, Data, Industry, Regulation, Autos, Industry News, AAI, News Blog, Vehicle Repair

Analyst Cam: Zoho's new Business Intelligence platform

When they held ZohoDay in February, Zoho had briefed me in detail on their BI roadmap. I had given them some feedback. So did several other analysts during the day. They took that input and managed to work through the... [Author: vinnie]
Tags: Big Data, Trends, Analytics, Vinnie, Zoho, Analyst Cam

A Futurist's View of the Post-Pandemic Workforce

Given that I wrote a book about the rapid transformation of work as we knew it back in 2018, people often ask me what has surprised me about how human capital is evolving today. As a Workforce Institute Board Member, I’d like to share my topline thoughts, some of which have been derived as the result of quantitative research, and others which came about through engagement with organizations and futurist groups such as the Association of Professional Futurists (APF), the Future Today Institute, t...
Tags: Amazon, Technology, Big Data, Careers, Management, University Of Houston, Best Practices, Facebook Microsoft, HR Issues, Employment Trends, Life in the 21st Century, Future Trends, Skill acquisition, Skills gaps, Workforce Institute, Workforce Institute Board

Quantexa raises $153M to build out AI-based big data tools to track risk and run investigations

As financial crime has become significantly more sophisticated, so too have the tools that are used to combat it. Now, Quantexa — one of the more interesting startups that has been building AI-based solutions to help detect and stop money laundering, fraud, and other illicit activity — has raised a growth round of $153 million, both to continue expanding that business in financial services and to bring its tools into a wider context, so to speak: linking up the dots around all customer and other...
Tags: Google, Security, Europe, UK, London, Enterprise, Big Data, Funding, Tech, Hsbc, Ai, North America, Idc, Warburg Pincus, Standard Chartered Bank, Financial Crime

Invest Now: Your Interoperability Strategy Will Drive Patient Outcomes

“The first wealth is health.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson These words of perennial wisdom are a compelling reminder that public health is the bedrock for constructing a prosperous economy and nation. This very philosophy beckoned me to the healthcare field as a student and public health professional for the past two decades. My name is […]
Tags: Digital Transformation, Big Data, Marketing, Cybersecurity, Application Security, Ransomware, Data Science, Cloud Security, Data Security, Age Of The Customer, Digital Disruption, Ralph Waldo Emerson, Internet of Things (IoT, robotic process automation (RPA, data management platforms (DMPs, APIs & API management

Bidtellect Crunches Big Data for Smarter Advertising With HPE Ezmeral

Top digital advertising business outperforms competition with real-time data analytics to optimize targeted advertising HOUSTON — Hewlett Packard Enterprise (NYSE: HPE) today announced that programmatic digital advertising platform, Bidtellect, has selected HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric to help facilitate efficiency in its native ad buying, selling, and delivery across the internet. The HPE Ezmeral Data Fabric will enable Bidtellect […] The post Bidtellect Crunches Big Data for Smarter Advertising Wit...
Tags: Big Data, Advertising, Native Advertising, Press Releases, Houston, Hewlett Packard, Online Media, Digital Marketing, Media Buying, Ad & Media Strategies, Digital Intelligence, Ad Networks and Platforms, Ad Products, Hewlett Packard Enterprise NYSE, Bidtellect, Hpe Ezmeral

Mercedes-Benz Accidentally Shares Consumer Data

Mercedes-Benz inadvertently leaked the private data of some of its customers. The good news is that the number of affected people was alleged to have capped somewhere around one thousand at the time of this writing. But the bad news is that this wasn’t like having your e-mail or phone number getting out there. Contents […] The post appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Technology, Privacy, Big Data, Data, Autos, Mercedes Benz, Mercedes, Daimler, Consumer Advocacy, News Blog, Cloud Data Hub, Cloud-based Storage, Mercedes Benz Accidentally Shares Consumer Data

Edge Delta raises $15M Series A to take on Splunk

Seattle-based Edge Delta, a startup that is building a modern distributed monitoring stack that is competing directly with industry heavyweights like Splunk, New Relic and Datadog, today announced that it has raised a $15 million Series A funding round led by Menlo Ventures and Tim Tully, the former CTO of Splunk. Previous investors MaC Venture Capital and Amity Ventures also participated in this round, which brings the company’s total funding to date to $18 million. “Our thesis is that there’s ...
Tags: Startups, TC, Cloud, Technology, Enterprise, Microsoft, Big Data, Tech, Information Technology, New Relic, Computing, Delta, Machine Learning, Aws, Seattle, Business Intelligence

Firebolt raises $127M more for its new approach to cheaper and more efficient big data analytics

Snowflake changed the conversation for many companies when it comes to the potentials of data warehousing. Now one of the startups that’s hoping to disrupt the disruptor is announcing a big round of funding to expand its own business. Firebolt, which has built a new kind of cloud data warehouse that promises much more efficient, and cheaper, analytics around whatever is stored within it, is announcing a major Series B of $127 million on the heels of huge demand for its services. The company, whi...
Tags: Google, Europe, Enterprise, Big Data, Funding, US, Tech, Analytics, Cto, Data Warehousing, Redshift, Sisense, Zeev Ventures, Oren Zeev, Eldad Farkash, Firebolt

The future of work will likely be filled with human-machine partnership

Companies that foster AI literacy and data culture are best positioned to take advantage of technological changes The post The future of work will likely be filled with human-machine partnership appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Opinion, Big Data, Machine Learning, Openaccess, Artificial intelligence (AI, Future Trends

Three Essentials to Creating a High-Performing Branch Network

Branch network optimization is complex, but done correctly by harnessing data and customer experience research, it is highly rewarding. The post Three Essentials to Creating a High-Performing Branch Network appeared first on The Financial Brand - Banking Trends, Analysis & Insights.
Tags: Big Data, Finance, Customer Experience, Data Analytics, Digital Banking Strategies, Branch Design, Branch Strategies

Transform launches with $24.5M in funding for a tool to query and build metrics out of data troves

The biggest tech companies have put a lot of time and money into building tools and platforms for their data science teams and those who work with them to glean insights and metrics out of the masses of data that their companies produce: how a company is performing, how a new feature is working, when something is broken, or when something might be selling well (and why) are all things you can figure out if you know how to read the data. Now, three alums that worked with data in the world of big ...
Tags: Facebook, Enterprise, Developer, Big Data, Funding, Tech, Airbnb, Big Data Analytics, Metrics, Redpoint Ventures, Index Ventures, Transform, Looker, Yang, Minerva, Handel

Reading Unprofessionally.

Daisy Hildyard’s TLS review of What We Talk About When We Talk About Books, by Leah Price, is mainly about countering the familiar story of “the demise of the printed book: […] the digital medium is killing print and destroying our capacity to read long books”; what I’m posting here, however, is a digression that was of more interest to me: Elsewhere, when Price steps outside the academy, she expands the sense of what books can be. She attends an event organized by The Reader, a Liverpool-based ...
Tags: Big Data, Uncategorized, Liverpool, Linguistics, Shakespeare, Vera Dunham, Leah Price

Driving Dystopia: German Automakers Keep Reimagining Vehicle ‘Ownership’

Volkswagen recently announced that it plans on making massive amounts of money by introducing more vehicles with over-the-air updates (OTAs), many of which will be able to store and transfer personal profiles so that users can effectively just rent their vehicles for eternity. Additionally, VW has suggested future models will have ability to lock features (that […] The post Driving Dystopia: German Automakers Keep Reimagining Vehicle ‘Ownership’ appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Technology, Big Data, Trends, Corporate Strategy, Vw, Editorials, Autos, Automotive Industry, Volkswagen, Paywalls, Data Privacy, Consumer Protection, Connected Vehicles, Industry News, Ota, Paywall

Nexford University lands $10.8M pre-Series A to scale its flexible remote learning platform

Two profound problems face the higher education sector globally — affordability and relevance. Whether you live in Africa, Europe, or the U.S., a major reason why people don’t go to university or college or even drop out because they cannot afford tuition fees . On the other hand , relevance shows the huge gap between what traditional universities teach and what global employers actually look for. It’s not a secret that universities focus a bit too much on theory. Over the past few yea...
Tags: Asia, Microsoft, Big Data, Saudi Arabia, Nigeria, Africa, Tech, Dubai, Ibm, Sterling, Africa Europe, Fadl, Nexford University, Sterling Bank, Future Africa, VC Global Ventures

With buyout, Cloudera hunts for relevance in a changing market

When Cloudera announced its sale to a pair of private equity firms yesterday for $5.3 billion, along with a couple of acquisitions of its own, the company detailed a new path that could help it drive back towards relevance in the big data market. When the company launched in 2008, Hadoop was in its early days. The open source project developed at Yahoo three years earlier was built to deal with the large amounts of data that the Internet pioneer generated. It became increasingly clear over time ...
Tags: TC, Open Source, Cloud, Enterprise, Yahoo, Big Data, Tech, Hadoop, Hortonworks, M&a, KKR, Idc, Carl Icahn, Intel Capital, Cazena, Cloudera

Driving Dystopia: Tesla Activates Driver Monitoring Protocols

There’s a small camera just above the rear-view mirrors installed in newer Tesla models. If you haven’t noticed it before, it wasn’t of any particular relevance. But it certainly is now. Tesla has decided to activate driver monitoring protocols in an effort to avoid liabilities whenever Autopilot fails and motorists unexpectedly find themselves merging off […] The post Driving Dystopia: Tesla Activates Driver Monitoring Protocols appeared first on The Truth About Cars.
Tags: Elon Musk, Technology, Privacy, Big Data, Government, Trends, Tesla, Data, Editorials, Autos, Automotive Industry, Mobility, Self-driving Cars, Consumer Advocacy, Consumer Protection, Industry News

Are We Ever Going to Run Out of Digital Storage Space?

We live in a world of refuse—not simply the orange peels, Amazon boxes, and old TVs rotting away in landfills but also the texts, emails, and torrented movies looked at once and left to languish in the cloud. We appear to be verging on a crisis point with the first kind of trash, but rarely ever think about the…Read more...
Tags: Amazon, Science, Technology, Big Data, Cloud Storage, Cisco, Data, Information Technology, Pandora, Computing, Westminster, Science and Technology, Data Storage, Data Management, Christian Fuchs, Moore