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BrandPost: 3 Ways DataOps Reduces Data Complexity

We’ve come to a data crossroads. Between regulations such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), shifting architectures with multicloud strategies, and new uses cases with artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning, there’s a need to simplify and automate management of data. As some already know from experience, this is often…

We’ve come to a data crossroads. Between regulations such as the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), shifting architectures with multicloud strategies, and new uses cases with artificial intelligence (AI)/machine learning, there’s a need to simplify and automate management of data. As some already know from experience, this is often easier said than done. Many organizations are hobbled by traditional data warehouses or Hadoop data lakes, which can be complex and difficult to manage. But there’s good news, though. Despite everything, organizations that embrace a DataOps approach can get a jump on the competition by improving data management and boosting innovation.To read this article in full, please click here
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Very easy to say ‘make strict laws’ and very difficult for it to really…

Very easy to say ‘make strict laws’ and very difficult for it to really play out as expected. The EU can get away with GDPR because the wealthy countries that form the EU, wield ‘great power’ in World-politics & ‘generate a significant amount or revenue’ for those Tech companies. When India would do the same…

Very easy to say ‘make strict laws’ and very difficult for it to really play out as expected. The EU can get away with GDPR because the wealthy countries that form the EU, wield ‘great power’ in World-politics & ‘generate a significant amount or revenue’ for those Tech companies. When India would do the same…
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Value of GDPR fines shows dramatic increase in 2020

Value of GDPR fines shows dramatic increase in 2020

Value of GDPR fines shows dramatic increase in 2020
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GDPR: German laptop retailer fined €10.4m for video-monitoring employees

NBB (notebooksbilliger.de) described the GDPR fine “as wrong as it is irresponsible.”

NBB (notebooksbilliger.de) described the GDPR fine “as wrong as it is irresponsible.”
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Mother and baby homes: Government does not promise access to birth certs

Legislation based on GDPR being devised to help survivors of mother and baby homes

Legislation based on GDPR being devised to help survivors of mother and baby homes
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