Data Warehousing

By Nathan Eddy 11:08 am May 06, 2019
Recursion releases more than 300 gigabytes of data it hopes will be a "playground" for innovative new machine learning applications.
By Benjamin Harris 12:02 pm April 29, 2019
A new security report finds the average institution leaves terabytes of sensitive information exposed to unauthorized parties.
By Deirdre Fulton 11:02 am April 09, 2019
Cybersecurity experts at BakerHostetler document some bright spots and areas for improvement for healthcare organizations.
By Tom Sullivan 03:36 pm March 07, 2019
SANS offers advice about how to stop DNSespionage, domain fronting, targeted cloud individualized attacks and CPU flaws.
By Deirdre Fulton 10:40 am February 26, 2019
The total number of breaches is at a three-year low, but the incidents are larger, affect more people – and are often caused by underprotected IT environments, according to a new Bitglass report.
By Mike Miliard 04:07 pm February 13, 2019
Could 2019 be the year where distributed ledger technology transcends its early hype and enters into its "plateau of productivity" phase? At least one expert thinks so.
Sutter Health, others unveil AI tech at HIMSS19
By Bill Siwicki 01:35 pm February 12, 2019
Sutter Health and Ada Health partner for personalized care, Innovaccer debuts a data activation platform, and QuartzClinical launches data warehousing and clinical registry tools.
Google exec: Healthcare focus on data management, advanced insights
By Bill Siwicki 10:45 am December 18, 2018
Google Cloud identifies these as two important healthcare trends going into HIMSS19.
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By HIMSS Media 03:48 pm December 03, 2018
For December we’ll dive deep to separate what’s really happening today from the marketing speak.
By Benjamin Harris 02:35 pm November 30, 2018
Its Elastic Inference and SageMaker platforms provide health systems with scalable and powerful ways to process large datasets, while the new Comprehend Medical tool delves into unstructured data.

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