Data-as-a-service model picking up pace in UAE, Saudi

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  • Date: 22-Sep-2021
  • Source: Zawya
  • Sector: Technology
  • Country: UAE
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Data-as-a-service model picking up pace in UAE, Saudi

Meanwhile, 67 percent intend to deploy machine learning to automate how they detect anomaly data, said Technologies revealing the findings of a globally commissioned study, adding that for most businesses, data has become their most valuable business asset but are overwhelmed with the sheer volume, velocity and variety of data, Dell Technologies has announced the findings of a globally commissioned study conducted by Forrester Consulting titled, ‘Unveiling Data Challenges Afflicting Businesses Around The World’, building upon the biennial Dell Technologies Digital Transformation Index study, which assesses the digital maturity of businesses around the globe. The 2020 DT Index revealed that “data overload/unable to extract insights from data” was the prime barrier to transformation, up from 12th place in 2016. These findings were revealed at the Dell Technologies Forum Middle East 2021, the company’s flagship event that brings together senior decision-makers and industry think tanks to discuss emerging trends, challenges and new growth opportunities in the Middle East’s dynamic technology sector. The study identifies several data paradoxes affecting businesses today, including: Three-fourth of respondents (75 percent) say their business is data-driven and state “data is the lifeblood of their organization.” But only 20percent testify to treating data as capital and prioritizing

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