Data management in 2024. Open data formats and a common language for a sixth data platform

Data management in 2024. Open data formats and a common language for a sixth data platform

What data management in 2024 and beyond will look like hangs on one question. Can open data formats lead to a best-of-breed data management platform? It will take Interoperability across clouds and formats, as well as on the semantics and governance layer. By George Anadiotis Sixth Platform. Atlas. Debezium. DCAT. Egeria. Nessie. Mesh. Paimon. Transmogrification. This […]

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Foursquare moves to the future with a Geospatial Knowledge Graph

Foursquare moves to the future with a Geospatial Knowledge Graph

From a consumer-oriented application, Foursquare has evolved to a data and product provider for enterprises. The next steps in its evolution will be powered by the Foursquare Graph. Welcome to Orchestrate all the Things, a newsletter with stories about Tech, Data, AI and Media and how they flow into each other shaping our lives. If […]

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Fair forecast? How 180 meteorologists are delivering ‘good enough’ weather data

Weather forecasts, too, are all about data and models these days. But balancing accuracy and viability is a fine act, especially on a global scale and when the stakes are high. What’s a good enough weather prediction? That’s a question most people probably don’t give much thought to, as the answer seems obvious — an […]

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How to apply decision intelligence to automate decision-making

Decision intelligence is one of those terms that sound vaguely familiar, even if you’ve never come across it before. Like many category-defining terms, it can mean different things to different people. This is a feature category-defining terms either have by design, or acquire through extensive use.

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Lexmark looks to strengthen its IoT solution to remain competitive

Arguably, two of the most iconic examples of digital transformation are Kodak and Amazon. Kodak failed to keep with the times, leading to the demise of a once dominant commercial empire. Amazon, however, had the foresight to not just “stay in its lane,” but step out and shape the world’s digital infrastructure with AWS.

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