As the ability to easily access and analyze information spreads, problem-solvers find themselves more empowered to tackle business problems and identify opportunities with data. Making enterprise data available to more users in a controlled way is what the democratization of data is all about. To ensure maximum growth and efficient processes, organizations seek to make valuable data available to the right people at the right time. Hence, the democratization of data grows in popularity as more business leaders realize that in data-driven companies, data is everyone’s business. The resulting digital transformation, regardless of industry, drives increased business opportunity, relevance, and
used with permission from IBM Big Data & Analytics Hub by Bharath Chari Let’s say you’re the Chief Technology Officer of a bank or retailer struggling to infuse AI that aims to improve customer experiences. You likely face three main challenges: Data sprawl: Your customer data is currently on multiple clouds, including on-premises and a cloud data lake storage repository. But the data often exists in different formats in Db2, Oracle and other databases—and those databases are being used by transactional systems in different departments. Data latency across clouds and systems can be a serious concern in a multicloud environment,
used with permission from Microsoft Office Blogs Every day, inboxes are packed with more than one billion emails. For small businesses, the challenge to set yourself apart and establish what your business represents in a single email can feel daunting, but it's easier than you think. Follow these five simple—yet highly effective—strategies to convert the customer, close the sale, build your brand and continue to build your small business through effective use of business email. Create a custom email address for your business—Show you mean business, and get taken seriously with aproperly formatted email address. If you use your personal
Used with permission from HP [email protected] Your inbox is probably here to stay. Here's how it'll be changing. We've been tethered to email as the primary form of business communication for a couple decades now. Yet study after study has proven that it's a productivity-wasting time suck. Just look at these numbers: On average, employees send and receive 122 emails per day They have around 199 unread messages in their inbox And they spend a whopping one-third of their workdays on email Having a full, disorganized inbox clutters your brain; getting to “Inbox Zero” (a term first coined by tech podcaster Merlin Mann) is considered a
We live in an information age, generating 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. That information can drive business strategy and spark astonishing innovation. At the same time, a data breach can spell disaster for organizations and for the people whose information they hold. Information governance helps keep data secure while making it accessible. Consider these scenarios. In July, Capital One discovered that a data breach had compromised the personal information of more than 100 million individuals. On the other hand, vast quantities of data that could fuel valuable analytics remain unused because businesses lack the resources to retrieve the
By Davin Cooke, Director of Business Development, Identity Maestro User management has become a critical issue. As physical and cloud-based IT systems and environments become increasingly complex so has account provisioning. This is due to multiple factors such as disconnected legacy applications, stricter compliance regulations, and the ever-present risk of data breaches through compromised passwords. Most businesses are looking for ways to improve Identity Management and reduce costs while enhancing compliance and security. There are five ways your organization will save by refreshing your user account provisioning processes. These include savings from: More efficient automated processes Requiring less user training
NYC Area tech innovator and New Jersey information governance expert featured in ARMA New Jersey Newsletter article Hoboken, NJ - (Cision) April 19, 2019 – Messaging Architects, an eMazzanti Technologies Company and New Jersey information governance and email migration services provider, today announced that Carl Mazzanti, President, eMazzanti Technologies was spotlighted in the April, 2019 edition of The RIM Reporter, an official publication of ARMA New Jersey. Specifically, the ARMA organization newsletter introduced Mazzanti as a new member of the ARMA New Jersey Chapter. ARMA International is the world’s leading membership organization serving professionals who manage and govern information assets.