Users are frustrated. In their personal lives, they can pull out their phones, and get whatever information they seek by simply speaking into their device. However, in the workplace, the right content is becoming increasingly more difficult to find. Continue reading TeKathon III Overview: Search
Here at Knowledgent, we’re focused on improving lives and business through data. After work hours, we know how to make the most of our time. As a part of our new series, take a sneak peek into what our Partner Alliance Manager, Harj Dhillon, likes to do outside the Knowledgent walls. Continue reading Outside Knowledgent’s Walls, with Harj Dhillon
Editor’s Note: This week, we’re recapping our first Tekathon, an immersive education session bringing together Knowledgent Informationists and Big Data MDM vendors to discuss real-world use cases. This post by Harj Dhillon, Senior Informationist at Knowledgent, explains the origin and purpose of Tekathon.
Businesses are realizing that they can gain valuable insight in real-time from a variety of new data sources. From building customer loyalty to preventing adverse events and even to helping to save lives, the right data in the right context served with agility and security to end users can be transformative. Continue reading Tekathon: Bringing the Big Data Ecosystem to Life
Ed. Note: Our own Harj Dhillon shares his thoughts on Informatica World Tour in Boston below.
It was a full house. Over 100 people attended the Informatica World Tour city stop in Boston on November 19th, where Knowledgent Informationist, Chris Blotto, keynoted a session on “MDM in a Big Data World.”
The objective of the session was to educate business and IT practitioners on top-of-mind topics, such as data lakes, security, cloud adaption, and MDM. Our partner, Informatica, shares a common vision in viewing data as valuable enterprise asset, with their product suite purpose-built to move data quickly, securely, and with traceability to the end user.
This past Sunday, the Knowledgent Riding Club, a group of cycling enthusiasts that include Knowledgent employees, their families, and clients, took part in Century for the Cure, a charity bike ride to benefit cancer research at the Cancer Institute of New Jersey.
Participating in the Century for the Cure was very inspirational. I rode 62 miles with Shail Jain, our CEO, and our team captain Nathan Lynn did a great job keeping the team motivated and challenging us to raise funds for such a great cause. Many family members and friends joined us. Continue reading Bikes, Barbecue, and Bagpipes at the Century for the Cure Ride