What’s Going to Happen This Year in the Data World
In his latest article for KD Nuggets, Favio Vazquez, Founder at Ciencia y Datos, provides a quick overview of what’s going on right now in the world of Data Science and analyzes the different big data trends people are talking about with a focus on two major trends, automation and graphs.
Healthcare: The Importance of Making Connections
This article for KMWorld Magazine discusses how graph data models allow for the interpretation of healthcare data that comes from different sources, both structured and unstructured, by representing data as sets of entities called nodes and connections to gain additional insights.
Key Takeaways from Gartner’s 2019 Market Guide for Data Preparation
This Solutions Review article discusses key takeaways from Gartner’s “2019 Market Guide for Data Preparation” which highlights Cambridge Semantics as a top provider in data preparation, widely regarded as one of the most time-consuming practices in the analytic process.
The 7 Major Players in Data Preparation Tools 2019
Solutions Review writes that Cambridge Semantics was named a top-scoring provider in analyst house Gartner, Inc.’s Peer Insights software reviews. We have also been included as having a relevant product in Gartner’s recent Market Guide for Data Preparation Tools.
AnzoGraph: A Graph Database for Deep Analytics
In this article Martin Heller of Infoworld reviews AnzoGraph and highlights its capabilities to complement OLTP graph databases. He also outlines how customers such as PwC are using it for anti-fraud and anti-money laundering while Eli Lilly and Merck are using it for scientific data discovery.
Seeking an Edge: Exploiting Alternative Big Data Sources and Customer Data for Financ …
In this article for KM World, Jelani Harper interviews several Financial Services thought leaders, including Marty Loughlin, VP of Global Sales here at Cambridge Semantics, regarding the competitive advantages to be gained by leveraging alternative big data sources.
Graph Data Standardization: It’s Just a Graph, Making Gravitational Waves in th …
Cambridge Semantics, AWS, Google, Neo4j, Oracle – these were just some of the vendors represented in the W3C workshop on web standardization and what transpired is bound to boost adoption of the hottest segment in data management: Graph. ZDNet was in attendance and reports on what they saw and heard.