Data Governance

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Turnkey Hadoop? Yes, It’s Possible.

As you already know, there are big benefits to big data, and the first step to capitalizing on them is getting an efficient data architecture (including your traditional systems AND big data) up and running. But what’s the best way to build that warehouse? In our last blog, we discussed the many questions and complications that arise when you want to go DIY and build the warehouse yourself. But what about a pre-integrated solution? A turnkey solution won’t be as

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Executive Viewpoint 2017 Prediction: PHEMI

With analysts predicting a worldwide big data technology and services market valued at nearly $50 billion by 2019, it’s imperative to understand big data trends. PHEMI Systems CEO Dr. Paul Terry shares insights gleaned from working with CIOs and IT departments leveraging big data more effectively for analysis, business intelligence, data science, and discovery. 1. Consensus Builds for Big Data Privacy and Governance As companies collect different data types to run analytics and unlock new discoveries, technology is emerging to

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Top 11 Vancouver-based Big Data Startups You Need to Know About in 2016

Big Data—extremely large data sets that can be analyzed to reveal trends and patterns—play an increasingly critical role in today’s enterprise operations. Businesses utilize Big Data solutions to glean key insights regarding customer behavior and other market patterns and adjust their strategies accordingly. Here’s a list of the top 11 Vancouver-based Big Data startups to look out for in 2016. 1. PHEMI PHEMI develops big data warehousing solutions for collecting, curating, and consuming any kind of data—with an emphasis on privacy, security, and

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Capitalizing on Analytics Means Protecting, Securing, and Sharing Your Data

By Adam Lorant, VP Product and Solutions, PHEMI Modern data science and analytics hold the potential to transform healthcare—from helping hospitals operate more efficiently, to identifying precision medicine targets, to evaluating public health initiatives, and more. All of these advances, however, depend on sharing data. It’s not enough to collect more information. If you can’t share it—with analysts, investigators, partners, clinical decision-makers—you can’t capitalize on it. But, as you collect and share more data, you have a legal and ethical obligation

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Yaniv Erlich at TEDxDanubia

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In our Big Data Round-Up series, PHEMI’s roving reporter brings you thought-provoking articles, resources, and insights that have caught our eye. Yaniv Erlich is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Columbia University and a Core Member of the New York Genome Center. However, he may be most famous for challenging privacy and security systems, his accomplishments ranging from unlocking bank doors to re-identifying anonymized genomic information. This May, Erlich spoke at Security He walked the audience through how he

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