‘Be strong and be uniquely you’ - Pride Month interview with Tamaryn Kraleva-Greener

on Jun 23, 2022

Those in the LGBTQ+ community know that coming out and having a voice in society is, in many ways, as hard as it has always been. The stigma around being gay, queer or trans cuts as deep now as it did decades ago. Bias is still there. So is prejudice. But what has changed is the collective voice.

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Stonewall to the workplace: why equality in tech still has further to go

on Jun 15, 2022


The birth of Pride

During the early morning hours of Saturday 28 June, 1969, customers at the Stonewall Inn bar in Greenwich Village, New York, stopped what they were doing as the music died and the lights came glaring back to life. “Police! We’re taking the place!” was all that could be heard in the place of music, chatting and laughter that had filled the Inn only moments before.

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How a data blueprint delivers knowledge and context for better decisions

on May 25, 2022

At a recent keynote speech in London, Solidatus Co-CEO Philip Dutton said that "the demon of complexity is the thing we’re all struggling with.” But do the trappings of pivoting towards a more data-driven business really have to be so complex?

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Topics: Data Lineage, Data Management, ESG

ESG today and tomorrow - what you should know

on May 25, 2022

“If we do our jobs right, we can save the planet.”

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Topics: Data Lineage, Data Management, ESG

How a fashion house maps its environmental impact and automates reporting

on May 5, 2022

Meeting the requirements of Environmental Social Governance (ESG) criteria marks a commitment to building a more sustainable organisation and ultimately a climate positive company. But with so many standards, disclosures and rating methods, alongside the new data sources required to meet them, how do you understand how data requirements intersect whilst maintaining high-level control?

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Topics: Data Lineage, ESG