Tag Archives: Data Management

What is Data Management and What it Means for Your Customers

What is Data Management and What it Means for Your Customers

Every day companies collect data from multiple sources like customers, vendors, or tax, legislative and other reporting bodies. In fact, by 2020 IBM estimates that 43 trillion gigabytes of data will be created. Businesses will need workers, robust processes and tools to manage and make that data actionable.

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8 Reasons GDPR Could Be Good For Your Organization

8 Reasons GDPR Could Be Good For Your Organization

In December 2016, the European Parliament and Council finally agreed on the terms of the EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), first proposed in 2012 and due to go into effect on May 25, 2018. The GDPR offers a new framework for data protection with increased obligations for organizations.

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Data, Search and the Foundation of Machine Learning

Data, Search and the Foundation of Machine Learning

I’m sorry, Dave, I’m afraid I can’t do that.” — HAL 9000, “2001: A Space Odyssey” What does the future hold for information management? This question is causing a lot of fuss, especially now that artificial intelligence and machine learning have moved from the realm of science fiction

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What Data Will You Feed Your Artificial Intelligence?

What Data Will You Feed Your Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial intelligence (AI) is here and it isn’t what we thought.  A few decades ago, AI meant the HAL 9000, Marvin the paranoid android and other human-built intelligences that could problem solve and make decisions independent of people.

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GDPR: A Deeper Look At the Data Protection Officer Role

GDPR: A Deeper Look At the Data Protection Officer Role

Deciding whether or not your company needs a data protection officer under the EU’s forthcoming General Data Protection Regulation is not always an easy or straightforward decision. What’s worse, the difficult decisions don’t end once you have come to a conclusion that, in fact yes you do need one.

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