Big Data

New Research Shows IT Leaders Need to Upskill Teams to Extract Value from Data

Dublin, 27 April, 2022 – New research from Digital Realty (NYSE: DLR) the largest global provider of cloud- and carrier-neutral data centers, colocation and interconnection solutions, today reveals that 65% of IT leaders from some of the world’s biggest businesses say they need to increase the data competency of their teams to remain competitive and extract value from data [1]. This increases to 78% when focusing on North American businesses, compared to 63% for Latin American businesses, 55% for European businesses and 48% for Asian businesses.

The Rise of a New Analytics Hero in 2022

Every year industry pundits predict data and analytics becoming more valuable the following year. But this doesn’t take a crystal ball to predict. There’s actually something much more interesting happening that’s going to change everything in the analytics world: the rise of a new hero, the software developer.

If the past is any indication of the future, then what we are seeing is a major transformation unfolding across every industry: a changing of the guard, so to speak, of the ones who are creating value from data.

Four in Ten Retail and E-commerce Organizations Struggle to Find the Most Efficient Tools for Data Acquisition

More than 40% of retail and e-commerce organizations have struggled to find the most efficient tools or tech stack for data acquisition over the past 12 months to help them rapidly analyze data in real-time resulting in actionable business insights; with 39% of respondents struggling to find reliable partners to outsource their web scraping activities to and 40% finding it challenging to ensure the quality of the data they were collecting.

How Retailers Use Software to Improve Customer Experience

Technology has penetrated almost every segment of the retail industry, from inventory management to customer service. The latest software solutions driven by machine learning, artificial intelligence, and automation allow for faster data analysis and deliver highly personalized customer experiences.

Here is how you can use software to boost user satisfaction.

Big Data Is the Future of the Retail Sector

In the competitive retail sector, brands need to continuously analyze market trends, monitor competitors, and collect customer data. That is where big data steps in. 

How IoT Can Vastly Improve Warehouse Management

Almost no one would argue against the idea that Amazon has been the face of innovation in the supply chain and warehouse management field. From the ecommerce giant’s use of an automated robot army, like Kiva smart shelves and order-packing machines, to its intelligent and voice-enabled picking system, efficiency is the name of the game. Unfortunately, it gives the impression that many competitors, especially small-time operations, cannot hope to compete in the space.

How Mobile App Development is Fueling Digital Marketing

As we're all well aware, digital marketing is constantly evolving. The main reason is that new technologies are pretty much setting the new standards and creating new trends for consumers to follow. Marketers are, therefore, constantly adjusting their strategies and adapting to the new environment.

Nowadays, mobile apps are the main buzzword in the marketing world. That said, mobile traffic has long since surpassed that of desktop traffic, and now every company that operates online wants to provide convenience to mobile users and ensure mobile friendliness. Mobile apps fit quite well into this endeavor.

5 Tips to Use AI and Automation to Simplify Workflow

Technology is enhancing our quality of life in our personal and professional realms. In business, AI-driven tech and automation software are revolutionizing entire industries and enhancing operational efficiency. There are many benefits that technology brings to the table in the modern business environment, and the features that AI and automation provide can help business leaders make better decisions over the long term.

Bamboo Systems Granted UK Patent for ‘A System and Method for Bridging Computer Resources’

SAN JOSE, CA – December 15, 2020 – Bamboo Systems, a provider of revolutionary Arm-based servers architected to meet the needs of today’s software design and data center demands, today announced that it has been granted a patent from the UK Intellectual Property Office. Patent GB2574800 ‘A System and Method for Bridging Computer Resources’ permits different classes of data bridges between I/O resources while maintaining the compatibility of existing application interfaces. This means applications do not need to be rewritten to use vendor-specific hardware for a specific capability.