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By Kaycee Lai | September 7, 2021 Organizations are collecting more and more data. But most of the insights it may contain will remain inaccessible, unless it is purposefully accessed by a data scientist or analyst. Considering the difficulty in hiring data scientists, this leaves companies in a bit of a bind. Furthermore, even companies with robust… View Article
By Kaycee Lai | August 10, 2021 It’s cutting-edge now, but soon a data fabric will be an essential tool. Here’s how it will transform data architecture and create a new competitive advantage. If you’re up on the latest trends, you’ve probably heard about something called a “data fabric.” But for most people, this probably sounds about as… View Article
By Ryan W. Neal | August 2, 2021 Like the baseball teams acquiring star players to push for the World Series, AssetMark revealed plans last week to build on an impressive earnings quarter by continuing to be an active acquirer of financial advisor technology. AssetMark, which provides outsourced investment services and technology to independent broker-dealers and registered investment advisors,… View Article
By Lucy Siegel | January 13, 2021 The rapid advance of digital communications is a wellspring of new marketing terms, but not the only one. Shifts in business philosophy, including new ideas arising from research, give birth to terminology to express those ideas. Here are a few recent communications terms that reflect both types of… View Article
By Lucy Siegel | October 21, 2020 On October 7th, the Nobel Prize in Chemistry was awarded to two women, Emmanuelle Charpentier and Jennifer Doudna, for their pioneering research that resulted in a method to edit DNA, CRISPR-Cas9, commonly referred to as CRISPR. The announcement was newsworthy and thought-provoking in several ways. Charpentier and Doudna… View Article
This article originally appeared in Experfy on July 17, 2020.  By Michael Burke In the race to become data driven, it’s clear that some industries have a tougher time than others. Namely, industries where human intuition is still of prime importance such as journalism or PR (public relations) are particularly difficult to quantify. To be certain,… View Article
By Michael Burke | February 3, 2020 For businesses to have a systematized process/infrastructure for deriving insight from data–which should be a goal of all organizations–there has to be an organized repository of all the data that might be required for all business operations and analytical questions. That repository is generally known as the ‘data… View Article
By Michael Burke | November 25, 2019 While some industry jargon might make it seem otherwise, there is no data stored on the internet. All electronic data resides on a computer that is lives somewhere. Typically, this computer is called a “server”, a term related to the ‘client-server’ architecture model in which one computer–the ‘client’–makes… View Article
By Michael Burke | November 11, 2019 Data mining, or the process of drawing patterns from an organization’s data, is something of the wild west right now, with new technologies and techniques popping up faster than speeding tickets. So, it might surprise you to know that there is an industry standard process for data mining,… View Article