We recently convened an architectural round table panel on BrightTALK to share successes from leaders in Online Gaming, eCommerce and Recruiting. In this post, we’ll explain why being able to scale is important; explain how each of these companies approached it; and how you might be able to emulate their triumphs.
As we all know; the world is markedly different today than it was in early March of this year; and one of the things that are seeing first hand is the quickening pace in the usage of real-time payments, where money is digitally deposited into another account instantly.
So much has changed in the last few weeks that it seems like we are living in a different world from what we saw before all this craziness started. Regardless of where one is, things have changed for the worse for so many industries, organizations and individuals that it would take more than a keen pair of eyes to find anything positive; much like finding a needle in a haystack.
It’s no secret that in today’s data tsunami, every C-Suite executive (and those that support them) has to have a point of view on how to not just protect, but utilize their customers’ data.
Aerospike’s Sherry Prescott-Willis was recently named to the Silicon Valley Business Journal’s “Women of Influence, Class of 2020.” We are thrilled to see her receive this well-deserved distinction.
The promise of the cloud is access to resources that enable agility in the face of a changing world. I can get the resources I need when I need them without massive upfront commitments.
Business stakeholders are demanding real-time data faster to keep up with customers, competitors, and partners. Enterprises often cite support for real-time as a top data management and analytics requirement, especially as users increasingly adopt modern business apps and streaming insights solutions.
As the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to disrupt our work, families and our communities, I want to update you on Aerospike’s business continuity practices and what we are doing to support employees, customers and our greater community around the world.
The California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA) became law on Jan. 1, 2020, and ad tech companies are among those businesses that must inform consumers of any personal data being collected and then give those consumers the option to have it deleted.
Significant disruption across industries and the rising influence of the empowered consumer continue to exert pressure on businesses to deliver differentiated and consistent experiences across the entirety of the consumer journey.