Bad Data is an epidemic. Pragmatic Works is on a mission to stop bad data with Legitest. We’ve collected some staggering numbers to exhibit how bad data effects your business.
Have you ever purchased a membership, possibly to a gym, but you no longer use it; and you forget about it and let it renew every month? If you’ve ever done this, it would be great to have an idea of the usage of the membership when it comes time to renew so you know you’re making use of something you’ve invested money in, right?
Career opportunities for DBA, Data Architects, BI Developers and Analysts are in high demand. Candidates with these skills are the most sought after in IT today. However, according to DICE.COM these roles are overwhelming employers with a large supply of candidates. Usually a balance like this brings harmony, but not if you’re the person responsible for the hiring. Finding the needle in the haystack that fits your technical, cultural and best practice needs can be mission impossible, with major consequences to your projects.
As more enterprises adopt Power BI into their BI environment, questions still remain about data security. In his last webinar, our Business Intelligence Architect, Steve Hughes, discussed data security and compliance within the Power BI platform, including data classification, privacy levels and other settings that help manage security.
Expanding on his widespread knowledge of the topic, Steve has written a series of blog posts to answer specific questions about the service. Previous blog posts in this series cover the following topics: data classification, on-premises data gateway, sharing data, as well as compliance and encryption.
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