How to make data science work for you
Data scientists should have experience in working with volumes of disparate data and an understanding of what a business truly needs from its data.
Digital transformation ensures survival of the fittest
In this fast-paced world, any organisation wanting to survive, thrive and remain relevant simply cannot ignore the urgent need to digitally transform.
Servant leadership: The future of data architecture
Serve, enable, question, listen, engage and empower should be the new management mantra of data architecture that leads to a continual, virtuous cycle.
The rise and fall of data architecture
There is a long way to go to regain trust in architecture. For this to be possible, we need business to change how it perceives data architecture.
Useful data on becoming a data professional
Data literacy is one of the most important skills to master, as all professionals across vocations need to be able to use data to make the best decisions.
Data warehouse automation – a practical walk through
There are several principles to live by when it comes to data warehouse automation and its implementation in real life.
Analytics and the fight against social injustice
Data has been used as a weapon of discrimination, and exploited to marginalise and trivialise far too many people for far too long.
How to mitigate risks of large-scale data migration projects
Large-scale data migrations can be complex and invariably need extensive, concise planning and execution, with best practices, to ensure success.
The value of data warehouse automation to the modern business
With data warehouse automation, enterprises will find that optimisation, efficiency and reuse become the new status quo within the data warehouse.
Why you need to employ data specialists
Creating data-driven job functions within the business is key to becoming digitally transformed, says PBT's Andreas Bartsch.
Need for open data, harmonisation never more urgent
Open data, data mining and in-depth data analysis could prove to be invaluable tools in the COVID-19 fight, and in the ones that may still come.