While many things slowed down for businesses during the pandemic, digital transformation was not one of them.
Since the pandemic began, first person research has revealed that retail executives have focused more on integrating data from different sources and in developing real-time data analysis to address critical business objectives.
Zero in on how modern data infrastructures can fuel the critical authentication and identity practices required for a contactless world.
Industrial and enterprise organizations are accelerating planned digital transformation efforts during the market disruption caused by the global health crisis.
2020 has been a year of innovation and recognition for Aerospike. The latest honor is the company’s inclusion on Database Trends and Applications magazine’s eighth annual list of top products in data management and analysis.
More and more companies across a variety of industries are deploying mission critical applications that process large scale data volumes in real time. Understanding the economic impact of data platforms such as Aerospike that support these applications is critical.
Globally, some 1.7 billion people are unbanked. Companies can fill this void with banking products and services that can offer significant new revenue opportunities, while at the same time provide a critical social service that can improve the lives of millions.
This article shares some snippets from a recent report prepared by MEDICI in partnership with Aerospike, which focuses on sharing knowledge and promoting interest in NoSQL databases and exploring collaboration opportunities and business benefits derived from NoSQL databases, specifically for the financial services industry.
The banking industry’s digital transformation initiatives are primarily divided into digitization drives undertaken by incumbents, and new digital-only banking models such as challenger banks and neobanks.
This article explores how NoSQL helps in financial crime detection and fraud management.