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How being data-driven can fuel business growth - SnapLogic
Becoming data-driven promises improved outcomes, elevated customer experiences and the ability to make intelligent and strategic decisions that propel the business forward.
Australia's software engineers face an industrialised call-to-action
Enterprises in recent years have entered a new "industrial revolution" - the industrialisation of software creation. That is particularly true of code that is destined to live in the cloud.
How a single mandate changed software development forever
There’s conjecture about exactly when it was issued and by whom, but a mandate made twenty years ago is continuing to shape the software development process today.
90% of Australian companies fear competitive displacement
Kong's new report highlights a modern tech stack's vital role in enabling business innovation and world-class digital experiences.
APIOps: A new approach to developing and managing APIs
By following an APIOps strategy to API development, organisations can be sure they’re implementing APIs that will deliver anticipated business benefits.
How adopting a multi-cloud strategy can deliver significant business advantages
Rather than being wedded to a single provider, different clouds are used to support particular workloads, writes Kong field chief technology officer for APAC Brad Drysdale.
5 Finance Automations to Speed Up and Scale Your Business
Find out some key tips to the use of automation in your business
Why effective data warehousing is critical in today’s data-driven economy
By rationalising information in a single data warehouse, businesses can get a much more holistic view of their data estate, which in turn allows them to accelerate internal processes, deliver better analytics, and ultimately save time and money.
Q&A: SnapLogic CTO makes the case for investment in machine learning
SnapLogic field chief technology officer Brad Drysdale discusses the roadblocks to a successful machine learning implementation and the ways they can overcome them.
What’s next for low-code/no-code?
Low- and no-code platforms are the next technological leap powering the next stage of the workplace evolution, writes SnapLogic field chief technology officer Brad Drysdale.
Enhancing the customer experience with data
Customers don’t have the time or patience for companies to figure it out; they go where they have the easiest, most satisfying experience.
Is legacy technology holding you back?
Getting off legacy systems can be difficult but the potential benefits of updating IT infrastructure or even better integrating old systems can be immense.
Fighting climate change with AI
With data provided from weather stations around the world, measuring wind speed, air pressure, temperature, and many other data points, AI can then identify patterns and give a holistic view of how our planet is changing.
A numbers game: How data is changing the world of sports
Video replay technology now marshals the football field, and next-generation facilities give the competitive edge to elite sportspeople. Data analytics lies at the heart of these new technologies.
SnapLogic: How AI bias is holding back adoption
Data quality, security, and privacy concerns are real and until these are addressed, the AI regulation debate will continue.
How to make digital transformation a success - SnapLogic
From boosting customer engagement, to launching breakthrough products, to increasing revenue and growth, digital transformation can radically improve a business and its place in the market.
SnapLogic: Cutting through the SaaS sprawl
On average, enterprises are using 1,427 distinct cloud services, with the typical employee using 36 different cloud applications during their working day.