Tag Archives: gartner

Is Good Enough Really Good Enough?

April 11, 2018

I always find it interesting to hear technologists use the concept of “good enough.” It’s usually in the context of an inferior or emerging technology player attacking a market leader. At Teradata, the concept of good enough just isn’t in our DNA. We work with the world’s leading companies who demand a competitive advantage—so “good… Read More »

Built like Blockchain? Creating a Foundation for Trusting AI Models

December 6, 2017

What is my AI model doing? That question is critically important to companies today — especially in heavily regulated industries. Banks need to clearly tell their customers and regulators why they blocked someone’s request for more credit or why a certain transaction triggered a fraud warning. But finding out the answer isn’t always immediately obvious.… Read More »

7 Questions About Data Lakes and Hadoop, Answered by Dan Graham

August 30, 2016

We had a Q&A session with Dan about Data Lakes and Hadoop, to get the scoop on what he’ll present at Teradata PARTNERS Conference, and here’s what we discovered – 1. What is the biggest opportunity right now with a Data Lake and Hadoop? Answer: Data lakes are best at gathering data from dozens of… Read More »