Google Cloud Platform (GCP) certifications are an excellent way for engineers to showcase their expertise in utilizing Google Cloud technology. But how do the certifications vary from one another, and what does it take to successfully study and pass these certifications?
“If I can be where I am today, anything is possible.” These were the parting words of JeVon McCormick, the President and CEO of Scribe Media, who delivered an outstanding talk during InfoTrust Week this April.
Recently, I worked for a large financial institution on the client side, leading a global enterprise-wide team that served 12 million customers and more than 46,000 employees. My team focused on digital analytics; there were other teams actively using digital data, but we were the digital data product owners.
It’s no secret that the sales industry has typically been dominated by men. We have door-to-door salesmen and car lots to thank for our early memories … but the industry has come a long way—especially for women.
As the data landscape continues to change to better protect the consumer, the sharp teeth that many feared in recent privacy legislation are beginning to be used.
Tableau, a data analysis and visualization tool, was founded in 2003 and acquired by Salesforce Inc. in 2019. It gained a lot of popularity and attention in the data community since its release date due to the user-friendly nature of the tool.
One of the hardest things about diving into a new technology is that you don’t know what you don’t know. Here at InfoTrust, we want to help make your journey into implementing server-side tagging with Google Tag Manager (GTM) easier by providing you with a list of things to consider.
When it comes to engineering, titles are a-plenty. Software engineer, data engineer, backend software engineer … the list goes on and on. Choosing the right career path and role for your skill set is imperative—because no matter what, a role in data engineering is the foundation for a successful data-driven…
Today is International Pay It Forward Day—a movement to unite people across the world who are all standing together for kindness. The work carried out by the InfoTrust Foundation is deeply rooted in the notion of paying it forward—giving to grow and help those closest to us: our communities.