Topic: data

dtSearch announces new database indexer

Enterprise and developer text retrieval solution provider dtSearch has announced a new database indexer add-on designed to extend its “off the shelf” research. The database indexer enables SQL indexing without any programming. According to the company, without the indexer users will have to search SQL data with the dtSearch Engine SDK as well as C++, … continue reading

SD Times news digest: Informatica updates its Intelligent Data Platform, Bonitasoft announces low-code collaboration tools, and Crystal 0.32.0

Informatica announced several AI-powered updates to its Intelligent Data Platform, including an AI-driven catalog of catalogs, a data marketplace and a data quality cloud.  According to the company, key updates for the catalog include new advanced metadata scanners for business intelligence tools, data provisioning and improvements to its performance and scalability with Spark profiling.  In … continue reading

2019: Lack of cybersecurity skills and best practices strain security

Security has hit a low point this year, as 2019 saw the 2nd, 3rd and 7th biggest breaches of all time measured by the number of people that were affected.  The largest breach of the year occurred in May when First American Financial Corporation leaked 885 million records of documents related to mortgage deals going … continue reading

Cloudera calls for open standards for MLOps

Cloudera is calling for industry-wide participation in setting open standards for machine learning operations (MLOps) and machine learning model governance. Cloudera believes that community participation in developing these standards will ensure that companies can leverage their machine learning investments and pave a path for the future.  RELATED CONTENT: AI ethics: Early but formative days Ethical … continue reading

Analyst Watch: Evaluating the ethics of software

In recent years, technology analysts have devoted much attention to the topic of developers and how the demographics of developers are changing. For starters, the International Data Corporation (IDC) has noted the growth of developer populations in China, India, Brazil, Russia, Indonesia and Turkey, as well as select countries in East Africa. In addition, IDC … continue reading

CCPA set to take effect at the start of 2020

When the GDPR was launched almost a year and a half ago, it forced companies to take a look at their data practices. And though some might say enforcement has been pretty lax so far, it has changed the way companies deal with their data. And it has inspired a new major regulation in the … continue reading

GrapeCity introduces BI platform Wyn Enterprise

GrapeCity is introducing a progression of its ActiveReport Server, Wyn Enterprise. This new solution is an enterprise business intelligence software platform that features collaborative self-service reporting and analytics.  RELATED CONTENT: Organizations are struggling to perform business analytics on growing data volumes The BI platform features three portals that focus on different enterprise user groups: Document: … continue reading

Sir Tim Berners-Lee officially launches the Contract for the Web

The Contract for the Web is officially coming to life. The contract was created by web inventor Sir Tim Berners-Lee as a global plan of action to make the online world safer and accessible by anyone. “The power of the web to transform people’s lives, enrich society and reduce inequality is one of the defining … continue reading

Delphix 6.0 released with DataOps Marketplace

In an effort to speed up enterprise application development, Delphix has announced the latest release of the Delphix Dynamic Data Platform (DDDP). Version 6.0 is designed to eliminate test data wait times and accelerate application release cadence. The company also announced the release of its DataOps Marketplace, which aims to help data teams integrate all … continue reading

Data auditing is the future of data privacy

It has been over a year since the General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) went into full effect to ensure the protection and privacy of an individual’s personal data. Following several high-profile data breaches and large fines being imposed as a consequence of non-compliance, this has sent shock waves around the world regarding the need for … continue reading

Open-source project ksqlDB wants to bring event stream processing to the mainstream

Confluent announced the release of ksqlDB, an event streaming database designed to bring stream processing to the mainstream.  According to Confluent, ksqlDB unifies multiple systems involved in stream processing into a single solution for building event streaming applications.  “KsqlDB is a major evolution of KSQL to make it easy for any organization to harness event … continue reading

Azure Cognitive Search brings knowledge mining to the enterprise

Microsoft Azure Search will now be known as Azure Cognitive Search to signify the next wave of artificial intelligence in the enterprise.  According to Microsoft, the first wave of AI was built for narrow apps, or training a single mode for a specific task. “What’s been challenging, however, is that these models individually can’t capture … continue reading

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