AI/ML has done a wonderful job of creating a fair share of distribution in business. However, many data, analytics, IT and business leaders still seem to be unaware of how analytics have developed over the years. This also means they are unaware of how these analytics can be leveraged across the organisation for the purpose of improving efficiency and reliability.
The Future of Data Infrastructure
Many existing systems are heavily flawed, from partial data coverage to false positives and protracted time to detection (TTD). Because of this, you can clearly see the many benefits of re-evaluating the infrastructure of data and technologies.
In the latest whitepaper by Anodot, titled “Your business Analytics in 2020”, you will find an introduction to the future of analytics, from data integration to forecasting, and the solutions presented to the lead market in these key categories:
- BI and analytics add-ons – this includes examples such as Tableau or Domo
- Network and tools for application performance tools such as Splunk or logz.io
- Fully autonomous solutions
Benefiting a variety of sectors
When layered to create a next-level data stack, you can expect to receive full data coverage. What’s more, you should also expect the earliest possible detection of incidents that may occur across your organisation. For a number of IT departments, these solutions offer better control and visibility, as well as reduced manual effort, increased risk, and cut down TTD and TTR by orders of enormity.
There is so much for data stakeholders to gain here. This is because fully autonomous monitoring will offload the burden of labour-intensive tasks, allowing these professionals to focus more on their strategic goals and developing insights.
When looking at this from a business perspective, there are so many benefits from this new setup. This includes things such as a reduction of incident relates costs, accelerated time to value, a decline in risk, and receiving insights in time with the pace of the business.
Click here to view Anodot’s “Your business Analytics in 2020” whitepaper to find out more.
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