Data News Roundup- Thursday, February 11th

Data News Roundup-February 11th

Welcome back to another “Data News Roundup” for February 11th, 2021. On behalf of the AtScale team, we are excited to welcome Josh Epstein as our new Chief Marketing Officer. Epstein joins AtScale from ObserveIT where he was CMO through its acquisition by Proofpoint. He brings nearly 25 years of experience with global technology companies including EMC, Oracle, and CA Technologies, and with smaller, high-growth teams at Acme Packet, Reddo Mobility, and Kaminario. You can read more about this announcement here.

Now, let’s get into this week’s stories!

A huge tech company just killed the 9-5 workday for good– February 10th

By Owen Hughes 

Tech Republic

Remote work taught us how to be creative with how we get our jobs done. We’ve seen how teams have adjusted to this new work/life balance firsthand. Is there more to this lifestyle that we can discover? Here’s why Salesforce is waving goodbye to the 9-5 workday and offering more flexible work options.

2021: The Year Real Time Gets Real– February 10th

By Joe McKendrick 


In this article, Joe McKendrick shares why we’re still on a “learning curve” for real-time capabilities in 2021, sharing the challenges that lie ahead and why a “holistic understanding of the overall enterprise data architecture is key to enabling a real-time enterprise.”

Challenges for Data Governance and Data Quality in a Machine Learning Ecosystem– February 9th



“Businesses now realize that unless Data Quality issues are tackled first, their AI investments may go to waste!” In this article, Paramita (Guha) Ghosh discusses what you should consider before adopting AI.

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