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How to validate data, analytics, and data visualizations

Application testing often ignores one crucial set of tests that is critical for any application processing or presenting data, analytics, or data visualizations

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How enterprise knowledge graphs can proactively reduce risk

Incorporating knowledge graphs with artificial intelligence offer newfound ability to seek out data security threats instead of simply reacting once noncompliance or data losses occurs

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Microsoft adds Python support to Power BI

A preview feature allows Python scripts to be used as data sources and as a way to create visualizations in Power BI Desktop

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Why dynamically visualizing relationships in data matters

The ability to visualize data, their relationships to one another and connections to business objectives gives organizations the power to uncover insights that would otherwise elude them

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Harmonizing big data with an enterprise knowledge graph

In addition to streamlining how users retrieve diverse data via automation capabilities, a knowledge graph standardizes those data according to relevant business terms and models

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An intro to Studio 3T, a MongoDB IDE

The growing third-party market is a key indication that MongoDB has moved from mere maturity to one of the dominant players in this market

HoloLens goes to work—but easier developer tools are needed

Microsoft is giving its augmented-reality visors a new enterprise vision, one that’s targeting the 2 billion workers who don’t have a PC

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GPU computing: the key to unleashing the mysteries of all that data

To effectively handle all the data being created in the world today, we need GPU computing

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Review: Domo is good BI, not great BI

Domo delivers on data sources and visualizations, but is harder to use and overpriced compared to Tableau, Qlik Sense, and Microsoft Power BI

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Responsible retail: treating customer data with care

What retailers now know about their customers is their biggest competitive advantage—as long as they don’t abuse it

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H2O puts machine learning on autopilot

H2O's Driverless AI promises to bring ML analysis to nontechnical users, and to take the drudgery out of model selection for experts

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What you need to know about Power BI now

Power BI is now much more than an Excel query tool. Here’s how to use it for your business data analysis and reporting

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Review: Tableau takes self-service BI to new heights

Tableau strengthens its case with cross-database joins, browser-based authoring, and geo-analysis improvements

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3 reasons why data scientist remains the top job in America

For the second straight year, 'data scientist' is the top job in America. Why is the position in such high demand and will it stay there in the years to come?

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Review: Amazon QuickSight covers the BI basics

A promising data analysis tool in the cloud, QuickSight is easy to use but limited in terms of visualization types

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HoloLens enterprise apps are now a reality

Real-world uses are emerging, but to gain broad deployment the HoloLens headsets and related gear must become a lot cheaper

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Anaconda Fusion melds Excel with Python data science

A new offering from the creator of a Python distribution for data science uses Microsoft Excel as a front end for Jupyter notebooks and other data-centric apps

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12 New Year's resolutions for your data

Your data is a mess. Stop procrastinating and put your best intentions to work with this handy priority list

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Google and Facebook: It’s your job to fix a broken internet

The internet giants need to step up and repair our information system, because only they have the wherewithal to do it

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Fannie Mae CIO: Regulation fostered innovation

CIO Bruce Lee says regulation resulting from the subprime crisis put needed standardization in place. Now the stage is set for AI, IoT, an API ecosystem, and more

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