AI and Data Management London

MCD believe that harnessing the power of cutting-edge technologies is the key to unlocking new insights, creating smarter businesses, and shaping a better world. From machine learning and predictive analytics to natural language processing and computer vision, our AI and data solutions are designed to help you make better decisions and drive innovation in your industry.

What is Artificial Intelligence?

Artificial Intelligence (AI) refers to the simulation of human intelligence in machines, enabling them to perform tasks that typically require human-like cognitive abilities such as learning, problem-solving, reasoning, perception, and language processing. AI involves a range of techniques including machine learning, deep learning, natural language processing, and computer vision, and has applications across a wide range of industries from healthcare and finance to manufacturing and retail. The ultimate goal of AI is to create intelligent machines that can replicate human-like behavior and decision-making, paving the way for a more efficient and automated future.

You can have data without information, but you cannot have information without data.

Data Lifecycle Management

Data management can make your company more effective and responsive to your customers. Stellar data can help your organisation limit errors and build trust. It also gives your business better data for decision-making.

Organise & Secure

Data management involves multiple disparate functions and systems working together to move, organise, and secure data such that it is accurate, precise, accessible and protected

Navigate the digital landscape

As digital becomes an ever increasing intrinsic part of our lives, consumer demands evolve and technology fuels development and growth of companies.

We support with navigating the digital landscape in order to choose the right strategies to drive your business forward. Using data and key performance metrics we’ll help you carve a path to your goals.

FAQ

Put simply, a data management strategy is an organization’s roadmap for using data to achieve its goals. This roadmap ensures that all the activities surrounding data management—from collection to collaboration—work together effectively and efficiently to be as useful as possible and easy to govern. With a data management strategy in place, your company can avoid some of these common data challenges:

 

  • Incompatible, duplicate, or missing data from undocumented or inconsistently documented sources
  • Siloed projects that use the same data, yet duplicate the efforts and costs associated with that data
  • Data activities that consume time and resources but do not contribute to overall business objectives

 

A data management strategy will be the strong foundation needed for consistent project approaches, successful integration, and business growth.

  • Make life easier
    • Well-organised data management increases your efficiency, and saves time and
      effort in the long run;
  • Protect yourself and others
    • Reduce the risk of costly/embarrassing/damaging accidents – losing data, disclosing
      confidential data;
  • Preserve the integrity of your research
    • Well-documented data demonstrate the authenticity of your research and the
      reliability of your findings;
  • Plan ahead for sharin
    • Public sharing of data supporting research findings is integral to the practice of
      scholarly communication, and must be anticipated and planned for from the outse
    • Data that are preserved and accessible in the long-term can be re-used to your
      benefit and others’.

The term “big data” began appearing in dictionaries during the past decade. But the concept itself has been around since at least WWII. More recently, wireless connectivity, internet 2.0, and other technologies have made the management and analysis of massive data sets a reality for all of us.

Big data refers to data sets that are too large and complex for traditional data processing and data management applications. Big data became more popular with the advent of mobile technology and the Internet of Things, because people were producing more and more data with their devices. Consider the data generated by geolocation services, web browser histories, social media activity, or even fitness apps.

Among the granular details mentioned above, a solid data storage approach is central to good data management. It begins by determining if your storage needs best suit a data warehouse or a data lake (or both), and whether the company’s data belongs on-premises or in the cloud.

Then outline a consistent, and consistently enforced, agreement for naming files, folders, directories, users, and more. This is a foundational piece of data management, as these parameters will determine how to store all future data, and inconsistencies will result in errors and incomplete intelligence.

Data visualisation is the graphical representation of information and data. By using visual elements like charts, graphs and maps, data visualisation tools provide an accessible way to see and understand trends, outliers and patterns in data.

In the world of big data, data visualisation tools and technologies are essential for analysing massive amounts of information and making data-driven decisions.

Do you have a problem or project?

If you have a big data project or problem that you would like to solve then we’d love to hear from you