Data News Roundup – Thursday, May 28th, 2020

Data News Roundup May 28th

Hi everyone! Thanks for coming back for our weekly “Data News Roundup” for May 28th, 2020. We saw a ton of interesting pieces of major tech news announced this week including how to better integrate data into your organization’s structure, data privacy updates and how to manage hybrid and multi-cloud environments. Let’s get to it. 

Pentagon unit taps Google Cloud’s Anthos for multi-cloud management– May 20th, 2020


By Stephanie Condon 

ZDNet reports that Google Cloud announced that a unit within the US DoD will be using its Anthos platform to build a multi-cloud management platform for detecting and responding to cyber threats. The new platform will enable the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) to run web services and applications across Google Cloud, Amazon Web Services, and Microsoft Azure.

5 ways your big data should be integrated in your organization’s structure– May 25th, 2020 

Tech Republic

By Mary Shacklett 

Tech Republic outlined ways to ensure big data should be integrated in an organization’s structure. Specifically, the article highlights IT integration areas that should be developed and tuned for transactional and big data to work well together including data, people, infrastructure, frontline analysts and governance. 

Managing the Data Management Maze in Hybrid and Multi-Cloud Environments – May 27th, 2020 

By Alex Woodie

EnterpriseAI published an article discussing how to manage data in a secure and cohesive manner when it is spread across multiple systems and locations. The piece highlighted data from O’Reilly’s recent Cloud Adoption in 2020 report state, which found that 90 percent of enterprises surveyed have already adopted cloud computing.

Reality bites: Data privacy edition– May 25th, 2020 

By Mark McClain

Help Net Security posted contributed content regarding discussing how we’ve reached the second anniversary of the GDPR and how data around compliance with the regulation shows a significant disconnect between perception and reality. In fact, only 28% of firms comply with GDPR; however, before GDPR kicked off, 78% of companies felt they would be ready to fulfill data requirements.