Data lakes can store masses of structured or unstructured data in raw format until your enterprise needs that data for analytics. That’s why data lakes are now seen as an attractive alternative to traditional data warehouses. However, enterprises like yours struggle to realize the expected return on data lake investments because of unexpected data quality, data governance, and data immediacy challenges. This paper describes how to address these issues and prevent your pristine data lake from devolving into a useless data swamp.
For the first time in history, many elections will have to happen without in-person voting. In the US, we have already witnessed the pandemic’s impact on the Democratic Primaries, many of which continue to be postponed and mired in massive legal controversies. Throughout the ongoing pandemic, leaders continue to hotly debate whether or not elections that rely on in-person voting ask citizens to make a decision between civic participation and personal safety.
Stuart McKay is business development manager, Enterprise Technologies, Panduit EMEA, a world leader in infrastructure products and services for data networks and electrical power applications. We asked McKay to give his thoughts on some of the most important and interesting infrastructure questions facing the industry right now. Under the microscope are Smart Cities - namely, the winners, losers and initiatives that show the most promise. McKay also dives deep into connectivity and the cabling implications for WiFi 6, the next-generation wireless standard tipped to improve performance in congested areas.