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Analytics | Data for Good | Students & Educators
Jen Sabourin 0
Is data cited in the news accurate? It depends on how it was collected.

Editor's note: This blog post is the third in a series of posts, originally published here by our partner News Literacy Project, exploring the role of data in understanding our world. As discussed in previous posts, statistics and visual representations of data can be misleading. But what happens when the data itself is misleading? And if data

Analytics | Data for Good
Penny St. Clair-Holmes 0
3 compelling reasons nonprofits are relying on analytics during the pandemic

It’s no surprise that nonprofit organizations providing health-related services are overconsumed during the COVID-19 pandemic, but what about other types of nonprofits? According to CNM President and CEO, Tina Weinfurther, the pandemic has affected nonprofits in different ways. Some are running on fumes, while others have doubled in size and

Analytics
Lindsay Marshall 0
How we’re reimagining data access on the cloud

You look to the cloud for several reasons – to meet your cloud-first strategy, for scalability or to adapt quickly to changing business demands. Maybe all three.   Perhaps you need offerings to be available in various regions, or to reduce application response time and improve latency problems. Perhaps regulatory and compliance constraints are limiting (or mandating) the physical locations where your data can be stored and transmitted. This is why having a global data footprint is

Analytics | Data Management
Kalliopi Spyridaki 0
Data governance: The renewed imperative for digital financial institutions

New and more prescriptive privacy and other data-related regulations are elevating data governance to a strategic asset for organizations in all sectors. Data governance can no longer remain confined to a back-end IT operation. As the data-rich financial services sector is now moving fast towards more profound digitization of financial

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