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Cyberattacks are testing consumer trust in technology

According to a recent Talend/ResearchScape survey, 53% of respondents said they’d be likely or very likely to break up with a brand after experiencing a data breach or leak, and 78% said it’s important for them to know what happens to their data after sharing it with a company.

Consumers prepared to ‘break up’ with a breached brand

Two thirds of consumers in the UK would ‘break up’ with a brand if it suffers a data breach. That’s according to a new report by Talend which highlights the importance of businesses engaging with customers to ensure they provide high-quality data security.

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In a frothy market, Talend CEO sticks to fundamentals

So when he invited me to call the day after his company on Thursday announced 44 percent revenue growth – and profits that fell slightly short of expectations – I took him up on his offer to talk about the data integration market, Talend’s post-initial public offering performance and the joys and frustrations of the public market.

Do you have the data agility your business needs?

The challenge CIOs face today is acute – with rapidly advancing platforms and technology, and more sources to connect and users to support than ever before. Meeting these new and ever-evolving data demands requires that companies create a data infrastructure that is agile enough to keep pace with the market and the needs of the organization.

Many firms struggle to use customer data effectively

“Our survey shows that most consumers are data driven, with 57 percent reporting that they rely on data to inform buying decisions,” said Ashley Stirrup, chief marketing officer at Talend, which helped sponsor the study.

Veritas survey provokes Talend opinion on GDPR data developer responsibility

Franco (Talend) says that GDPR is all about accountability and that in the past, only a few stakeholders in organisations felt concerned with the need to protect data related to privacy. This may have resulted in a somewhat uncontrolled proliferation of those data across systems and files folders.

Market stays strong in the fight: Cramer’s Mad Money recap Friday (4/7/17)

Talend is now cash-flow positive, Tuchen added. The company’s still focused on growing sales, but it’s also got a focus on getting cash-flow positives and becoming profitable. As a smaller company with a premium product and attractive pricing, it allows Talend to better navigate and service its customers.

Cramer Remix: Why I’m standing alone on Coca-Cola

Cramer also interviewed Mike Tuchen, the CEO of software integration company Talend, to hear how the company is achieving its massive 100 percent growth. “Well, right now, the entire industry is moving to cloud and big data, so that part of our business is just exploding. Those two product lines are just like a freight train right now. And it’s true for us, but it’s really true industry-wide,” Tuchen told Cramer on Friday.

AWS data lake pumps up Beachbody’s analytics architecture

Incoming data is initially processed in the Hadoop Distributed File System, but then stored in the Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), with data integration and ingestion processes handled primarily via tools from Talend.