This Week in Data
Anyone with a Netflix subscription understands the process of finding a movie or TV show to watch. You go to the website and see the shows that you recently watched, some shows that are recommended and maybe a few show ratings. Each Netflix user has his or her unique set of options
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The big data industry isn’t known to soak up the spotlight, nor does it take up much room in the headlines, yet it is by far one of the most influential forces in business today. From the local brick-and-mortar stores to towering multinational conglomerates, the data that this sizeable slice of the IT
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The call to democratize data analytics today is unmistakable. The desire and need to perform analyses of company data, within all departments, has lead to this broad trend up and down the corporate landscape. By definition, data democratization is the principle that each one of us has access (and rights) to
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2018 has brought a new focus to the careers, excellence and issues of working women, and this extends into the fields of tech and data science. As we approach the Women in Data Science (WiDS) conference on March 5, 2018, it is important to take a moment and reflect on
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Information and business data are among the most valuable assets of any company. Entrepreneurs are increasingly cognizant of the importance of this data for their success in the current market economy. Knowing this, we need to understand how to protect this information. Big data analytics professionals are making use of
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Hoover, Tannoy, Jacuzzi and Onesie. Some brand names become so popular that they become household names beyond their own product. Now, we can add Bitcoin to that list. The coin’s rise from $1,000 to $20,000 in value during a crazy 2017 has catapulted it into the public eye. While it’s
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