March 26, 2021Data News Roundup- March 26th
Welcome back to our Data & Analytics News Roundup series for April 30th! Do you have a story to share? Let us know by leaving a comment below or by tweeting us @AtScale, using the hashtag, #DataAnalyticsNewsRoundup!
Before we get into this week’s stories, we’d like to share some really exciting news. This week, we announced that AtScale now natively supports Data Analysis Expressions (DAX), enabling Microsoft Power BI to connect to AtScale with the richness of live connection mode, unlocking the full potential of AtScale’s semantic layer platform for unified data access across popular cloud data warehouses, including Microsoft Azure Synapse Analytics, Snowflake, Amazon Redshift, and Google BigQuery.
Fore more details on this announcement, read our blog post. Now, let’s get into this week’s stories!
AtScale Delivers “Live” Connection Experience for Microsoft Power BI
“Customers are adopting Microsoft Power BI in large numbers – and they demand best-in-class integration for their users. With this new integration, AtScale delivers an excellent customer experience for Power BI users looking for ‘live’ data access on cloud data platforms.” Christopher Lynch, Executive Chairman and CEO of AtScale speaks to the latest announcement.
4 WAYS TO JOIN THE REAL-TIME ENTERPRISE REVOLUTION
by Joe McKendrick
What does “real-time” mean to your business? Joe McKendrick speaks to why “real time decision-making is a competitive differentiator.”
12 WAYS TO BUILD A TRULY DIVERSE AND INCLUSIVE TECH TEAM
by Forbes Tech Council Expert Panel
Forbes Tech Council
“To create tech that truly meets the needs and wants of a diverse group of people, you need an equally diverse team of developers.” 12 Forbes Tech Council members share team-building best practices.
THE CLOUD MANAGED SERVICES MARKET IS GROWING — AND THAT’S GOOD FOR MSPS
by Jay Chapel
“The global cloud managed services market size is expected to reach $82.51 billion USD by 2025, according to a study conducted by Grand View Research, Inc. Enterprises are focusing on their primary business operations, which results in higher cloud managed services adoption.” Jay Chapel discusses the future of cloud managed services and what it means for the public cloud.
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