Monthly Archives: August 2017

WHAT IF COMPANIES MANAGED THEIR DATA AS CAREFULLY AS THEY MANAGE THEIR MONEY?

Reposted from Dataconomy http://dataconomy.com/2017/08/copanies-manage-data-money/ Rich Miner – Android co-founder, formerly Google Ventures, now Google — asked me recently “What if companies managed their data like they manage their money?” It’s a basic but profound question that merits some thoughts based on … Continue reading

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Podcast on founding of Recorded Future with Christopher Ahlberg

Christopher Ahlberg and I spent some time reflecting on the founding of Recorded Future.  Podcast is here. If you haven’t heard of Recorded Future – you soon will.  RF is truly one of the driving forces for good in cyber … Continue reading

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AWS Glue, ETL, and the Persistent Challenge of Data Variety

Yesterday Amazon announced the public availability of AWS Glue which they describe as a fully managed ETL service that aims to streamline the challenges of data preparation. The service was previewed back in December 2016 at Amazon’s re:Invent conference, so while it’s not a … Continue reading

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