Data & Analytics News Roundup- April 9th
Welcome back to our weekly Data & Analytics News Roundup series for April 9th! What stories have you been sharing with your network this week? Let us know by dropping a comment below or by sending us a tweet on Twitter, @AtScale or by using the hashtag #DataAnalyticsNewsRoundup!
Now, let’s see what stories the AtScale team read this week!
By Greg Mabrito
“Our goal always has been for employees across the company to easily access data and gain business insights without needing to learn to code or forcing them to use a specific tool. From Excel to Power BI to Tableau, we’ve always made it our mission to make data accessible to people when and how they need it.” Greg Mabrito, Director of Data and Analytics at Slickdeals shares how his team is utilizing a semantic layer to drive smarter data-driven decisions.
By Larry Dignan
“The Open Compute Project (OCP) is best known for its hardware designs for hyperscale data centers, but edge computing could represent some open field for the project.” Larry Dignan shares the recent news of Target joining OCP and what it means for the retail giant’s future.
By Richard Cassidy
After a year of remote work, we’ve collectively learned what works and what doesn’t. In this article, Richard Cassidy shares the findings and lessons learned from multiple tech leaders. How has remote work affected your team?