In Mind Your Business, Howie Lim speaks to Angel Viña, CEO & Founder of Denodo Technologies about data virtualization in the new decade.
As part of the first annual Solutions Review #BIInsightJam, we called for the industry’s best and brightest to share their analytics and AI predictions for 2020.
The world as we know it would be a very different place without data science. All around us, data science algorithms are being deployed against ever-increasing volumes of data to anonymously enable a variety of tasks like searching the Internet or finding online images to more complex ones like uncovering artificial intelligence (AI), solutions that enable autonomous driving vehicles or accelerating the discovery of new cures for disease.
As we enter 2020 and embrace a brand new decade, technology acceptance is continuing to accelerate for a broad range of industries. This second derivative effect is prevalent in the adoption of AI-powered chatbots for business applications – messaging, healthcare, customer service, toys, etc.
Over the last several decades, BI has evolved from large, monolithic implementations controlled by IT (think Business Objects or Cognos) to orchestrated sets of smaller, more agile capabilities that include visual-based data discovery and governance (such as Tableau, Qlik, and others). These new capabilities provide more democratic analytics accessibility that is increasingly being controlled by business users.
We’ll run several stories featuring the 2020 predictions of industry experts and observers in the field. It all starts today with what is arguably the most critical aspect of the big data question: The data itself.
As organizations look for ways to drive flexibility, agility, and innovation, they can expect to see these three trends in the coming year.
During a visit to Australia to present at the Gartner 2019 IT Symposium/Xpo on the Gold Coast, Denodo's SVP and CMO, Ravi Shankar, caught up with iTWire to talk data virtualisation and more.
By 2030, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) is projected to become the fourth-largest economy in the world. Key factors driving this growth are the region’s rapid adoption of technology and fast-growing digital economy.
Denodo, the leader in data virtualization, has announced that Denodo Platform is available through Google Cloud Platform (GCP) Marketplace, which makes it easier for organisations to migrate data to Google Cloud to boost cloud data analytics and data lake initiatives.