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How digitally-driven enterprises can foster data instinct and culture

In the first part of this article, we discussed the need for digitally-driven enterprises to foster data instinct in their employees to truly harness the benefits of new technologies and analytics tools. Alongside this, we highlighted the cultural changes that will be key to making these initiatives a reality. In this second part, we’ll look… Read More


Unlocking NHS service transformation with data
Ahead of his appearance at TFM 2019 this September, Sam Shah, director of digital development at NHSX, detailed the issues of data, privacy and safety that emerge with digitising 22,000 individual healthcare organisations In February, health and social care secretary (and outspoken technological evangelist) Matt Hancock announced a new initiative to spearhead the NHS’s digital... Read More

Diagram-driven and data-driven: The art and science of architecture
By combining diagram and data-driven architecture, architects can move faster, offer more cost-efficient programs and most importantly track and measure success, writes Dr Tim O’Neill, founder of Avolution In the movie Moneyball, Brad Pitt’s character breaks with baseball convention by relying on data science instead of traditional scouting to choose a team he hopes will... Read More

Unlocking enterprise collaboration with cloud-based data warehouses
Using cloud technologies to store and share data fuels collaboration and communication, writes Simon Field, EMEA CTO at Snowflake Technology innovation combined with globalisation has created a business ecosystem, no longer bound by location or time. More than ever, people are seamlessly connecting through work collaboration tools such as Slack and Microsoft Office 365, while... Read More

The high cost of poor data management

A new report has revealed the devastating impact to organizations when employees and consumers are unable to access data or services Poor data management is costing the typical company $20 million (£15.7 million) a year, according to research from cloud backup company Veeam, that surveyed over 1,500 C-Suite executives from 13 countries about their data… Read More



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