Denodo, a leader in data management, just announced that Forrester Research, Inc. has positioned Denodo as a Leader in The Forrester Wave: Enterprise Data Fabric, Q1 2024.
Denodo, a leader in data management, today announced that Forrester Research, Inc. has positioned Denodo as a Leader in The Forrester Wave™: Enterprise Data Fabric, Q1 2024. According to the report, “Denodo is a great fit for customers focusing on an enterprise-wide data fabric strategy to support real-time analytics, customer 360, data engineering, data science, IoT analytics, operational insights, and predictive analytics use cases.” Denodo and 14 other vendors were evaluated across 26 criteria, including current offering, strategy, and market presence.
Department of Defense (DoD) agencies have mountains of data that – when paired with tools like artificial intelligence (AI) – have the potential to transform the capabilities of the warfighter. The challenge to achieving this is that this data is often spread across multiple sources, creating complex environments for agencies to securely access and share data. By using data virtualization technology, agencies can navigate the challenges of the cloud to build and launch AI applications that support the warfighter.
A 2022 IDC survey involving over 500 senior IT decision-makers highlighted a significant concern in data management, as more than half (52%) considered their data management spending unsustainable. This alarming trend underscores the critical challenge businesses face today — efficiently managing data’s ever-growing volume and complexity.
Government agencies have to measure up to commercial websites when it comes to the quality of citizen self-service portals as user experiences are set by platforms such as Google and Microsoft, said Ted Cotterill, chief privacy officer of the state of Indiana. In an interview with Bill Sullivan, vice president and general manager of U.S. federal business at Denodo, Cotterill discussed the “moving target” that is online government services and how agencies can refine such portals.
Ted Cotterill, Indiana Chief Privacy Officer and General Counsel for the Management Performance Hub (MPH), speaks with Bill Sullivan, VP and General Manager for US Federal at Denodo, in a video interview, about successful data product use cases, launching cloud-based virtual desktop environments, getting legislative support, technology approaches, building a risk management framework, and the strategic objectives of MPH.
As Open Banking approaches its sixth anniversary in the UK, many businesses within the financial sector, both traditional and challenger, are weighing up their previous expectations with how the technology has impacted their organisation. And the results haven’t been as expected. After the technology promised an out-and-out revolution by giving customers greater power and control over their financial data, adoption has been slow, falling short of its huge potential. Despite Britain leading the pack when it comes to Open Banking, active users currently sit at around 7 million, far less than expected considering the technology’s potential to reshape the way we interact with financial services.
Dr. Joe Perez, Systems Analyst/Team Lead at the North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services, speaks with Bill Sullivan, VP and General Manager at Denodo in a video interview about making data actionable, opportunities and challenges in data management, and the crucial role of data analytics.
In 2024, data management leaders in Australia should assess and refine their strategies to ensure success in this new year. Data-centric organisations need to recognise the mission-critical aspects of data management and focus their efforts on improving quality and accuracy. More and more, business stakeholders are seeking to actively participate in the data and analytics journey and have an active role in critical decision-making. The role of the IT department now incorporates deploying the right architecture to respond to this growing array of demands.
Treating BI assets such as models and dashboards as commodities is an emerging trend as organizations continue to seek new ways of making analytics use more widespread.