Data-driven cultures

5 Questions with Emil Eifrem

Catalog and Cocktails hosts, Juan Sequeda and Tim Gasper sat down with CEO of Neo4j, Emil Eifrem, to cover the evolution of the data landscape so far, and to speculate where it’s heading.

Last-mile governance: the key to unlocking data democratization

Connecting data to the people who need it is a lot like shipping, hooking up fiber internet or running a marathon – the last mile is always the hardest. Some data catalogs do solid work pounding the data-governance pavement for the first 25 miles of the race, but when...

Three Keys for Driving Data Catalog Adoption

Data catalogs benefit everyone, but only when it becomes a core component of your data strategy. You need to be asking these three questions to drive data catalog adoption in your organization.

10 Data and Analytics Predictions

Who says mid-April is too late in the year for a predictions blog? When you’re in an industry as dynamic as data and analytics, it’s important to take a step back and look at the big picture before prognosticating.  Now we’re excited to share some key trends in...

Recap: data.world spring summit 2021

“What we need is imagination.” This was Pablos Holman's crescendoed challenge to free-thinkers and risk takers in technology. The hacker and inventor spoke to data.world CEO Brett Hurt at spring summit 2021 about the inevitable, critical role of data in all manner of...

When it’s Wednesday, it’s Catalog & Cocktails

We started our data podcast, Catalog & Cocktails, as a way to stay connected and keep the discussion going about data in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. Our virtual happy hour over Zoom has been a hit, and we’re excited to announce that in 2021, we already have a phenomenal lineup of experts to join our podcast and share their perspectives.

What’s new and what’s next at data.world

When you’re the lone SaaS vendor in a world of legacy data catalogs, it can at times be difficult to demonstrate innovation. Continuously rolling out updates, enhancements, and fixes via the cloud means you don’t get your time in the spotlight with a monumental...

When your data problems seem big, start small

Your disorganized data lake can feel more like an ocean. But you can take control. Set the boundaries for starting up your data initiative. Without it, the problem can seem never-ending. Break your data solution up into bite-sized steps to achieve incremental (and...

Calculate your data catalog’s ROI

Enterprises, analysts, and experts agree: data catalogs have a significant impact on your business’ bottom line. Without one, you risk getting left behind by your more data-driven competitors. Gartner calls augmented data catalogs an “enterprise must-have,” while...