Weekliii Round-Up: Big Data Stockpiles and October 2018 Newsletter
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The season for all things spooky is coming to a close - and hopefully so are your hauntings from enterprise technology issues. Find out tips, tricks, and treats we have to offer for common enterprise obstacles in this month's newsletter, now online!
As digitalization and the embrace of Big Data continue to bulk up enterprise storage, IT managers within small and large companies alike are faced with an avalanche of data that must be maintained. It may sound taxing - and often, it can be - but there are steps that can be taken to make the process of managing this wealth of information less overwhelming. See these tips now in this week's #DailyBrainCandiii post.
It is no secret that many people working with spatial data utilize more software than just Esri's ArcGIS platform to get the most of this resource. With applications like Tableau that are designed specifically for analysis and visualization of complex data relationship, showcasing spatially sound data in this environment can help you both to better understand what you are seeing and to better visualize it for others to grasp as well. Unfortunately, moving this data between platforms is often cumbersome as many of the data types used by one application are not accepted as input by the other. This is where solutions like Integrated Portage come into play - Built as bridge between these pieces of software, it offers a quick and easy solution to getting your spatial data ready for Tableau and vice versa.
The role that natural gas can play in the future of global energy is inextricably linked to its ability to help address environmental problems. With concerns about air quality and climate change looming large, natural gas offers many potential benefits if it displaces more polluting fuels. This is especially true given limits to how quickly renewable energy options can be scaled up and that cost-effective zero-carbon options can be harder to find in some parts of the energy system.
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