Author: Natalie Raymond

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Analytic Excellence: Speed, Accuracy and Context

Original Air Date:  September 12th, 2019 The Guests Aamandeep Khurana, Okera Tomer Shiran, Dremio’s CEO JuneAn Lanigan, Western Digital About the Discussion The multidimensional nature of analytics presents challenges from every angle: amount of data, speed of access, accuracy of details, and the critically important aspect of context. Trying to solve for all of these…
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Master Data as the Keystone for Success

Original Air Date:  September 5th, 2019 The Guests Scott Taylor, Meta Meta Doug Cosby, Oracle About the Discussion With information silos everywhere, and data sources expanding almost exponentially, one fundamental rule of data remains in effect: master data is key to success. By effectively managing master data, organizations can get a clear picture of what’s…
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Faster and Faster: Database Innovation Continues

Original Air Date: July 25, 2019 The Guests Robert Reeves, Datical Patrick Mcfadden, Datastax Shane Johnson, MariaDB About the Discussion Data, data, everywhere, but how much faster can you get it? The answer: much faster! Driven by the crushing weight of modern data volumes, a whole host of database vendors continues to crank out new…
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A Second Chance for Analytics? Semantic Search Is Key

Original Air Date: July 18, 2019 The Guests Ravi Shankar, Denodo Kirk Borne Sean Martin, Cambridge Semantics About the Discussion What’s that you say? Natural Language Processing combined with semantic capabilities is awakening a long-latent approach to information strategy: the spoken word! From Google searches to virtual assistants, chat bots to deep learning modules, NLP…
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Zero Tolerance: Why Bad Data Must Be Eradicated

Original Air Date: July 11, 2019 The Guests Jie Wu, Trifacta Peter Baumann, Active Navigation Harald Smith, Syncsort About the Discussion Bad data is no fun for anyone. It damages reporting, ruins customer experience, and overall just causes lots of trouble. Even for the training of AI and ML algorithms, bad data is just… well……
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Your Professional Roadmap: Successful Careers in Data

Original Air Date: June 27, 2019 The Guests Todd Maddox, Amalgam Insights Greg Michaelson, DataRobot Chris Sorensen Kirk Borne About the Discussion Looking for a new challenge? Want to make more money? The opportunities are just about endless these days in the data world! Check out this episode of DM Radio as we talk to…
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XYZ PDQ: How GDPR Has Already Changed Business

Original Air Date: June 20, 2019 The Guests Jim Barkdoll, TITUS Heidi Maher, CGOC Ron Huizenga, IDERA Tudor Borlea, Collibra About the Discussion The first verdicts are in, and the results were very unpleasant for some heavy hitters in the tech world. There are obvious straws in the wind that warn of serious consequences for companies…
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Why? How to Facilitate Root Cause Analysis

Original Air Date: June 13, 2019 The Guests Andi Mann, Splunk About the Discussion What’s the difference between coincidence and consequence? A good root cause analysis will get you there! These days, an array of machine learning approaches are revolutionizing this process, which has historically been a major challenge. Check out how today’s innovators are…
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Move it! The Great Migration Heats Up

DATE:  September 26th, 2019 TIME: 3 PM Eastern / 12 PM Pacific The Guests Sean Knapp, Ascend Seth Noble, Data Exploration Tony Ayaz, Gemini Data About the Discussion You can thank Microsoft and Satya Nadella’s vision for the fact that cloud computing is now top-of-mind for business leaders everywhere these days. Their focus on Azure pushed…
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Actual Governance: Hardening Control of Data Lakes

Original Air Date:  September 19th, 2019 The Guests Amandeep Khurana, Okera  Tomer Shiran, Dremio JuneAn Lanigan, Western Digital About the Discussion For decades, the concept of Data Governance enjoyed a mountain of lip service, and some lofty ideas, but not much in the way of real-world traction. That is finally changing, in part due to…
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