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IT Managers Say 60% of Decisions Require Sub-Minute Data Access: Red Hat and Starburst Survey

You might expect IT professionals to be the most aware of pandemic-driven data demands, but just 53% in this survey from Red Hat and Starburst said data access became more critical last year.  They did feel a need for speed: respondents said 60% of decisions require data access in under one minute and 39% require access in under one second.  No mention here of no-code but lots on how hard it is to build data pipelines, which doesn’t seem like a job for amateurs.

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Poor Data Agility Hurt Pandemic Response: Experian Report

March 9, 2021

One reason for the growth of no-code is failure of corporate IT groups to meet user needs.  In fact, 62% of C-suite executives in this Experian study said a non-agile data processes hindered their response to the pandemic.  No-code fans will be pleased that user friendly tools were their top solution (35%), although they were followed closely by more conventional approaches including agile development (32%), hiring more staff (32%), and data ops (27%).

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Identify relevant regs and compliance readiness

March 9, 2021

TrustArc’s PrivacyCentral tool maps your compliance against global privacy laws With privacy regulations changing almost daily, knowing which laws apply to your company is crucial.  TrustArc has designed a new tool to deliver contextual, real-time insights to privacy teams. PrivacyCentral identifies which regulations are likely to apply to data held, and prioritize laws according to timelines, owners and KPIs.

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Just 17% of Martech System Replacements Are Home-Built: MarTech Report

July 7, 2022

The build-vs-buy debate never ends, and sometimes build really makes sense.  But buy is clearly the way to bet: just 17% of martech replacement projects chose a homegrown solution this year, according to this MarTech survey.  That’s down from 31% the year before.  CDPs were among the least common replacements, maybe because they’re awesome and maybe because most CDP implementations are fairly new.  Download for more fun facts.

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