Strategic advice & alerts to leverage data analytics & new technologies

Leverage data and the technologies that generate it, from ML, IA, NLP, blockchain, IoT, and emerging tech; to data science, data visualization, predictive modeling; to data quality, data governance, and data architecture.

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Here in Part IV of this Executive Update series, we examine findings pertaining to the benefits organizations seek to obtain from implementing IPA technologies and practices.
Although still in development, products and services utilizing FHE are available. Organizations should consider investigating the technology now in order to prepare for when it starts to enter the mainstream. This Advisor examines some companies, products, and services utilizing FHE that can help you in your investigation.
Data architect Richard Veryard explains the four dimensions of data and why they are critical to achieving information superiority — the idea that the ability to collect, process, and disseminate an uninterrupted flow of information can give you operational and strategic advantage.
This Advisor explores the seven new rules of data analytics, the associated IT architectural adoption challenges which encompass technological, IT staff, and organizational issues. and strategies for addressing them.
This issue of Cutter Business Technology Journal, with Guest Editor Eric Willeke, explores the strategies leaders should embrace to enable transformational change. These include integrating elements of digital, Agile, DevOps, and other modern practices, embracing a holistic mindset and culture, measuring impact, and reimagining new approaches to formerly tried-and-true practices.
Cristina Popescu and Danish Aziz introduce objectives and key results (OKRs), one of the core tools for creating alignment in times of intense change and anchoring the types of steering approaches capable of keeping up with the decision speed required to be effective in the digital age.
As data breaches continue to occur with increasing frequency, a new innovation called fully homomorphic encryption or FHE provides the ability to perform computational processing on encrypted data without the need to decrypt it. This Advisor explores the benefits and limitations of this new form of encryption.
When it comes to digital twin security, how much of the safety, security, and reliability depends on the technology built into the digital twin system, and how much is down to its deployment, operation, and maintenance? This Advisor explores these and other digital twin security issues.