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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]

How Four Key Principles Built a Data-Driven Company

February 11, 2016 by Daniel Levine

Anthony Thomas is the co-founder of a company called Sticker Mule, which he runs using four core tenets: Build a metrics-driven culture from day one, focus on a core group of metrics, make performance data available company-wide, and fix what’s broken.[read more]

3 Ingenious Use Cases for Business Intelligence Tools

January 11, 2016 by Eran Levy

ne of the most exciting things about a formerly-niche technology becoming mainstream is the way it mutates and evolves by means of its end users’ ingenuity.[read more]

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Business Intelligence: How to Make Your Workplace Perform Smarter

January 6, 2016 by Ryan Kh

There are many more ways to improve your business; the main thing is to make sure that you have something that you can easily sell. If you do then, seriously consider looking at how you advertise your product. It’s up to you how successful you can be![read more]

7 Ways to Make Your Small Business More Efficient

August 27, 2015 by Sarah Caulfield
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Owning and operating a small business comes with unavoidable hurdles that, if poorly navigated, have the potential to sink the business for good. One of these hurdles is the need for business efficiency, which can be challenging for up and coming organizations that lack the funds of larger companies to purchase the latest software programs for streamlining every operation. If you’re a small business owner, there is plenty of hope for you and your employees to break through these challenges by incorporating seven key efficiency tips into your small business.[read more]

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The Ultimate Guide to Building a Smart Office

August 25, 2015 by Sean Kidman

Although we are now in the 21st century, you would not know it by the look of most offices. Worse still, the idea of a smart office is often ridiculed as utopian. But, in fact, everything necessary for a smart office is available. You can buy everything you need. You can buy it online or offline. You can buy the best hardware and the latest software without a problem. You can decorate with enthusiasm from a wide variety of furniture or art.[read more]

What Angry Birds Can Teach Us About Analytics

June 11, 2015 by Bill Franks

There is a lot of work in the industry today aimed at simplifying analytics processes by abstracting the complexity of underlying analytical platforms. One example is the Teradata Unified Data Architecture, which I like to call a Unified Analytics Environment. While I naturally know Teradata’s approach best since I work for the company, there are other organizations aiming for the same goal. The future is heading in this direction.[read more]

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Expert Speak: 6 Highlights and Lessons from the 2015 CDO Summit

May 8, 2015 by Trips Reddy

The 2015 CDO Summit.

The CDO Summit 2015 (at the Thomson Reuters office in New York City) hosted Chief Digital Officers, Chief Data Officers and other C-suite digital leaders from a range of industries including retail, finance, healthcare and technology. Organized by the CDO Club, a packed day of sessions, panels and knowledge-sharing highlighted original research, the CDO jobs landscape and the challenges faced by CDOs as they focus on digital transformation at their companies.[read more]

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3 Ways to Always Stay Connected to Your Business

April 3, 2015 by Sophie Davidson
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Connected.

According to a Sage Research Study, 93 percent of all businesses have missed important deadlines or experienced project delays simply because high-level executives were unreachable.[read more]

Business Analytics Error: Learn from Uber’s Mistake During the Sydney Terror Attack

January 24, 2015 by RK Paleru
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Uber.

Recently, as a sad day of terror ended in Sydney, a bad case of Uber’s analytical approach to pricing came to light - an “algorithm based price surge.” Uber’s algorithm driven price surge started overcharging people fleeing the Central Business District (CBD) of Sydney following the terror attack.[read more]

Aligning Big Data

January 18, 2015 by Martyn Jones

Aligning big data.

This is an overview of the realignment and placement of Big Data into a more generalized architectural framework, an architecture that integrates data warehousing (DW 2.0), business intelligence and statistical analysis.[read more]

The Internet Needs a Bill of Rights Before It's Too Late

September 25, 2014 by Tracey Wallace

Digital marketing and advertising ecosystem.

The Internet is our greatest shared resource, and recently, it's status as a forever renewable resource has been called into question. To thank for that? Lawmakers and lobbyists looking to make a quick buck or two off of a service we have all come to know as "utility."[read more]

Big Data Jargon We All Need to Reign In, Right Now

August 5, 2014 by Tracey Wallace

What do you really mean by "digital," and is there really anything today that is not digital? Does digital just mean connected? Does it mean a device? What do I mean when I call a company a digital company? Do you only need have a website to be considered such?[read more]

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Big Data Is Changing Every Industry, Even Yours!

July 1, 2014 by Bernard Marr

The Big Data Guru column.

For a business, the ability to have its production, stock control, distribution and security systems all connected and talking to each other will mean greater efficiency and less waste. Every area of industry is learning to reap the benefits of big data analysis, and it looks certain that finding innovative methods of gathering, recording and analyzing data is going to play a big part of business in the foreseeable future.[read more]

What Does a VC Look for in a Big Data Startup? [VIDEO]

February 27, 2014 by Todd Nevins

Big data and venture capital.

Venture Capital firms and Angel investors pumped in over $3.6 billion into Big Data startups in 2013 and investments this year are expected to top this figure. Jake Flomenberg started writing code and managing products with Lockheed Martin and Cloudera before moving into a role with Splunk.[read more]