Author: Pythian News

Pythian data scientist Ann-Julie Rhéaume wins prize in U.S. National Library of Medicine Challenge

Press release announcing Pythian Data Scientist, Ann-Julie Rhéaume’s second place finish in the the U.S. National Library of Medicine’s Pill Image Recognition Challenge.

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Pythian partners with Willis College to develop new open source database advanced diploma program

OTTAWA, Aug. 9 , 2016 /CNW/ – Pythian, a 400-person global IT services company that helps companies adopt disruptive technologies to better compete, is pleased to announce a new partnership with Willis College for a one-year Open Source Database Advanced…

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Eight ways to ensure your applications are enterprise-ready

Elliot Zissman, Managing Director at Pythian, provides practical tips to ensure your organization’s applications are enterprise-ready.

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Pythian-led events: embracing disruptive technologies

Today’s senior IT professionals are expected to be experts in everything from emerging technologies, to new regulations, and business innovation. Keeping up with the latest advances in technology, and understanding how they impact your business can be challenging. The impact…

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What’s the ratio of your marketing budget to cyber security budget?

Here are three top tips to ensure you’re investing wisely in cyber security, and protecting your brand’s good name.

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US-EU Safe Harbor Framework Invalidated – It’s time to Love Your Data!

Pythian has been closely following the developments in the EU relating to the invalidation of the US-EU Safe Harbor Framework. Find out how to mitigate risks to your data.

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When it comes to Black Friday’s online rush, even we Brits don’t want to queue

Black Friday is a pretty new concept in the UK. Traditionally, an American post-Thanksgiving shopping day, it has recently gained popularity in the UK. It really took off last year and defined the start of what I heard being called the Golden Quarter – from November through to the end of January – when retailers will make 40-50 percent of their annual sales.

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