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Data Quality


How will Analytics and the Internet of Things Influence Marketing in Coming Years?

October 24, 2016 by Philip Piletic

The Internet of Things (IoT) is defined as the increased interconnectivity between all devices capable of using wireless communication technology. It's estimated that by the year 2020, there will be between 50 and 75 billion devices connected to the internet worldwide. Where there's connectivity, there's information. And smart people know how to turn information into profit.[read more]

Why You Should Already Have a Data Governance Strategy

October 21, 2016 by Eran Levy

Garbage in, garbage out. This motto has been true ever since punched cards and teletype terminals. Today’s sophisticated IT systems depend just as much on good quality data to bring value to their users, whether in accounting, production, or business intelligence. However, data doesn’t automatically format itself properly, any more than...[read more]


Why It's Time To Get Smart About Recovery

October 20, 2016 by Livia Alexandra

Analytics is all the hype these days, and for good reason. Taking the power of analytics and applying it to the backup and recovery process will be a boon for the IT industry. Analytics will help deal with the data hoarding epidemic and ensure critical data is backed up, without financing storage space and data management for all those pictures of your aunt's cats.[read more]


The True Vision of Big Data in Healthcare

October 19, 2016 by Jared Jaureguy

From the impact of wearable technology to the potential for boosting cancer research, there’s been a lot of buzz about big data in the healthcare space. However, the true vision of big data in healthcare lies not in individual data collection or disparate applications, but in the potential of combining healthcare data to create new...[read more]

Demystifying Data Warehouses, Data Lakes and Data Marts

October 12, 2016 by Eran Levy

As data and analytics become a more integral part of business processes in an organization, so the non-DBAs among us might start to feel lost in a sea of technical terms which are frequently thrown around by technical teams.[read more]

Big Data Misconceptions

September 20, 2016 by Martin Doyle

The idea and concept of “Big Data” has been around for a while now, however it seems there are many people who still believe it is shrouded in mystery. Therefore, in the following post, we are going to debunk some of the top big data misconceptions.Every business has access to data, from transactional, mobile, financial and behavioural...[read more]

A Deep Dive in Big Data

September 6, 2016 by Ron Bisio

Geospatial big data can include information from an assortment of sensors and data collection methods. Points and features with their associated attributes can be gathered using handheld or survey-grade GNSS, dedicated field computers or even smartphones. These data sets are small compared to other techniques, but they provide very high levels of precision and detail and can be updated rapidly. Mobile mapping systems combine lidar, imaging, GNSS and other sensors to capture large quantities of 3D information.[read more]

Delivering Quality - Where it Counts, When it Counts

August 31, 2016 by Gayle Nixon

Considering a data quality program? What’s the best way to implement it? One of the decisions that organizations must make is where data quality (Trillium’s focus) fits within their overall approach to technology architecture and business solutions. Is data quality technology a “solution” unto itself or is it a service that is delivered...[read more]

Applying BIM to Design of Sites and Structures

August 3, 2016 by Ron Bisio

The term BIM, which comes from “Building Information Modeling,” can be a little misleading. It’s not just about buildings; BIM is the process that enables the efficient and quality design, construction and operation of a structure such as a building, bridge or highway. The core BIM principles and concepts, which were pioneered for the construction and management of buildings, are being applied in heavy civil construction, utilities, energy and more. Today, BIM is an emerging technology that is transforming the way we build. The use of 3-dimensional models and real-time management of processes and workflows delivers the efficiency that today’s clients demand.[read more]

Good Data – An Essential Part of the Marketing Recipe

July 20, 2016 by Gayle Nixon

Trillium recently hosted a webinar during which John Coe, a co-founder at, discussed the changing role that customer data has in today’s marketing environment. The key point was that data is no longer just the output of marketing activity; it increasingly is the fuel that drives that activity. No longer are companies...[read more]

Data Quantity, or Data Quality?

July 14, 2016 by Martin Doyle

When we look at ways businesses embark on marketing campaigns, we can see that quantity is regarded as a good thing.Lots of traffic – good. Viral posts are the Holy Grail: they generate thousands of page views every hour. Likes and shares: the more the merrier.And from all of that traffic, and social interest, the business hopes for a...[read more]

Are You Still in the Dark About the Quality of Your Data?

June 7, 2016 by Martin Doyle

More and more businesses are waking up to the threat of poor data quality. We’re gradually seeing the risk being taken more seriously as the shockwaves of poor management are felt.Yet for many businesses, data quality is seen as an abstract concept; difficult to understand, and impossible to value.When the business formulates its...[read more]

Data Detox: The Importance of Cleaning Your Data

May 26, 2016 by Greg Olson

 Imagine enjoying years of everything going your way.  You land a great job, you have an amazing family and friends, and you live in your dream home in your dream city.  In fact, the only real problem that you have is finding the time to fit everything and everyone into your busy lifestyle.  But, rather than sacrifice...[read more]

The Data Quality Tipping Point

April 8, 2016 by Martin Doyle

Whatever your business sector, data is your most valuable asset. Along with the machinery and stock you hold, data and insights hold the key to profit and growth. But it has the unique ability to unite every department, and every function. It can reveal problems in processes, drive productivity among your staff and ensure everyone is ‘singing from the same hymn sheet..[read more]


In a World Full of Data, Can Analytics See the Market Trends?

March 13, 2016 by Ryan Kh

The IoT has put an array of data before us, but can this information help us understand previously unpredictable trends? As computers get better at connecting all of this information – from common Twitter topics to Google searches – we may be nearing a time when computers will be better equipped to choose stocks than people.In the past,...[read more]