Reltio Cloud is now available on Google Cloud Platform (GCP). The Reltio-Google Cloud collaboration delivers Cloud Master Data Management (MDM), and a Continuous Data Organization Foundation for Next Generation Analytics, Machine Learning, and Data-driven Applications.
In our digital economy, the most successful companies know how to harness their data and learn from it. Be it Google, Airbnb or Amazon, the learners in the digital economy are leading the industry with new revenue models, innovative business processes and more effective customer engagement. Get an inside look into how to evolve into a Self-Learning Enterprise to improve your business.
Self-Learning Enterprises recognize that data is at the heart of every decision, and more data requires better organization. They organize data collected from various sources into a reliable data foundation. Use of Self-Learning Data Platform with built-in advanced analytics with Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence promises discovery of new relationships, better insights, and intelligent recommendations to make better business decisions, with a firm focus on improving data and decision quality.
- 2018 will be the year of AI and Machine Learning
- Enterprise data organization, not management, will be the new rallying cry
- Data-driven organizations will expect to measure outcomes
- Multi-cloud will be the new normal
- Companies will execute offensive data-driven strategies, and should expect to get defence for free
Under GDPR, the use of any EU citizen’s data — ranging from private information, mailing addresses and public information to social profiles, images, pictures, IP information, device IDs and medical and financial details — will be regulated. If you collect any data about EU residents, this law applies to you.
Until recently, the chief data officer (CDO) was the new kid on the block. Today, half of data and analytics decision makers report working for a firm with a CDO. At the 11th Annual MIT Chief Data Officer and Information Quality Symposium, emerging data leaders described new initiatives that demonstrate a shift in their responsibilities from "defensive" to "offensive" or value-generating. This report helps CIOs understand their colleagues' new responsibilities and how best to partner with them to drive data innovation and business transformation.