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Sakshi Bhalla

Data is the lifeblood of any successful business. It is fundamental to the way we run our personal and professional lives. Virtually every encounter generates data, be it software applications, social media links, mobile communications, or the growing numbers of digital services. Each of these encounters then generate even more data. It is estimated that the
Every year, supply chain disruptions cost businesses an average of $200 million. The present world situation, be it the COVID-19 pandemic or the Suez Canal choking in 2021 to the ongoing political war, has exponentially increased the risks of these disruptions. Market volatility, supplier inconsistency due to political and geographical barriers around the world, COVID
Anomaly Detection for industrial IoT Devices A premium automobile manufacturer in the UK spent over $3 billion on product recalls due to malfunctioning braking systems, rearview cameras, airbags, and other minor issues. Another European luxury automobile maker’s previous three annual reports indicated it spent about nearly $7 billion recalling products for problems ranging from door locks to batteries, fuse boxes, fuel
how information silos are impacting supply chains Supply chain planning is a vast field involving many departments and stakeholders using different technologies resulting in data silos. Traditional supply chain models store information in Excel spreadsheets. They maintain multiple closed ERP systems for various parts of supply planning in these sheets. Various stakeholders involved in supply planning have been using these siloed systems
    Given the sudden explosion of raw unstructured and semi-structured data over the last decade or so it was prudent that there has to be a separate storage reservoir and mechanism to store and retrieve useful information from this data. A data lake provides a very robust and versatile architecture at an enterprise level
SSIS has evolved a lot since the days of its predecessor DTS. Today SSIS is one of the most sought after ETL tool in the market. There are multiple features that are inbuilt in SSIS that can perform varied level of repetitive tasks with little or no manual intervention. Though the inbuilt architecture of SSIS
Top 8 Cloud Datawarehousing Technologies At a time where information and insights from data are the most significant assets that any business has, implementing data warehouse solutions has been more critical than it has been at any other time in the past. So, what exactly does a data warehouse mean? In a nutshell, a Data Warehouse is a basic data
Enterprises using monolithic systems to support large applications find it increasingly difficult to respond to evolving business priorities and rising customer expectations. Each functionality is built together as one single block, and it’s almost impossible to change or update a portion of it, without overhauling the complete monolith. Due to this, enterprises are rapidly exploring
Talk of blockchain technology is everywhere, it seems — but what is it, and what does it do?   1. Don’t call it “the” blockchain The first thing to know about the blockchain is, there isn’t one: there are many. Blockchains are distributed, tamper-proof public ledgers of transactions. The most well-known is the record of