Author: ZE


Weather data evolves to meet the demands of renewable generation

Ever since the Babylonians began to predict weather from cloud patterns and astrology, humans have tried to build a solid method to predict short-term, and increasingly of late, longer-term weather patterns. The science of weather forecasting dates back to the careers of Francis Beaufort, an Irish hydrographer who served as Britain’s Hydrographer of the Navy in the mid-19th century, and his contemporary ...
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Is Data the New Oil?

Just like oil is used to power vehicles, airplanes and machines, data is used to power most of the transformative technology we see today i.e. artificial intelligence, automation, and advanced predictive analytics. Refining or transforming both data and oil makes it more valuable to the consumer, but does that make data the new oil? How does ...
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Data Management in a Data-Driven World

Demand for ‘data professionals’ of all stripes continues to grow at a seemingly insatiable rate. The trend is now pervasive across almost any industry, and any department or any individual role within. The mainstream has nearly universally embraced the current aspiration standard in strategic thinking and culture - to be data-driven. Organizations are clearly striving ...
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What Do You Know About Data Security?

As organizations across the world adopt IT infrastructure to conduct their operations, they keep becoming more and more data centred. What this means is that the amount of data they use rises exponentially. This includes the organizations’ own transactional data and their users’ data collected over the span of years. Protecting these huge chunks of ...
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