The hyperscalers are joining forces to help customers fully migrate to the cloud — and place their data closer to Microsoft services to facilitate cloud-native development and AI experimentation.
Stories by Thor Olavsrud
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Digital twins are real-time representations of objects, processes, and systems that can help monitor operations and perform predictive maintenance.
MDM is a set of disciplines, processes, and technologies for managing data about entities, such as products and customers, around which business is conducted.
Zoho’s new AI-powered, self-service BI platform combines an enhanced version of its Zoho Analytics offering with its new Zoho DataPrep application.
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Data visualisation is the presentation of data in a graphical format to make it easier for decision makers to see and understand trends.
Data analytics is a discipline focused on extracting insights from data, including the analysis, collection, organisation and storage of data.
Data architecture translates business needs into data and system requirements and seeks to manage data and its flow through the enterprise.
Data architects visualise and design an organisation's enterprise data management framework, aligned with enterprise strategy and business architecture.