Intelligent data management is key to any digital business
In the data-driven era, the ability to manage business data intelligently needs to start by focusing on making the data useful.
Metadata management is a science
Meta analytics is the new model for enabling complete data and process oversight.
Dawn of the data curator
Data management is a must, but does the rapid increase in the amount of data being generated mean that businesses need to consider hiring a dedicated data curator?
Avoiding the data spaghetti junction
When data is the lifeblood of the organisation, quality content is not enough; tried and tested rules, controls and architectures are needed.
Race is on for the data science maestro
A skilled data scientist needs a wide range of skills, advanced qualifications and several years of business experience.
Securely exposing data in agile organisations
Securing unstructured data in companies as they increasingly strive to be agile is of paramount importance.
Unintended consequences of POPI, GDPR
Data is at the heart of innovation, but POPI and GDPR might be cutting off, or at least severely curtailing, this lifeblood.
Open, single and ready to mingle
A single view of the customer requires a willingness to change from proprietary methodologies to ones built on open standards.
Data management use in controlling foodborne diseases
NetApp's StorageGRID Healthcare solution enables intelligent data management for large pools of patient data, and medical records sharing across healthcare facilities, says Morne Bekker, country manager at NetApp South Africa.
Data architecture goes agile
The best data architecture for agility includes a mix of on-premises and cloud physical data architecture.
Data in transit raises security risks
Keeping data secure can be as daunting as herding cats, unless data governance is approached strategically.