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A Pole Position in the Mobile Services Market Race?

TeradataEMEA - September 29, 2009

It’s easy to get tired of the hype-of-the-year, in that never-ending technological revolution. If you should ever do so, just think of what the world talked about…

Data Mining
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Who should Jean-Claude Trichet call?

TeradataEMEA - September 21, 2009

How is private consumption developing in the US? Alan Greenspan, the former Fed’s chairman, once said that if he wanted to find out, he would call Wal-Mart…

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Who Wants Yesterday’s Papers?

TeradataEMEA - September 8, 2009

Times are hard, especially for the traditional media. In Europe and the United States, numerous printed publications are running deficits or have been closed down. It’s not…

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The Million Euro question

TeradataEMEA - August 25, 2009

There is something that we call the “Million Euro” question. This is a question that, once it’s answered, will save your company a million Euros. The point…

Business Intelligence
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What’s this button do?

TeradataEMEA - August 18, 2009

Having left the wine business and returned to Europe, I ended up first as a supply chain manager for a leading consumer packaged goods company and then…

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La Trahison des Données

TeradataEMEA - August 4, 2009

There is a potential fallacy that we hardly ever address: Isn’t there a risk that business intelligence systems – seemingly – become just too good? That they…

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Reflecting Istanbul

TeradataEMEA - July 27, 2009

  It is one week now since we returned from the conference – and I am still excited by the positive dynamics created in the multitude of…

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The lesson of the Palace of Culture and Science

TeradataEMEA - July 27, 2009

If you have ever doubted that architecture (of the bricks-and-mortar variety) can make a political, as well as an aesthetic statement, then you should come to Warsaw…

Data Mining
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It’s data, Jim, but not as we know it – Part 1: What the echo of the Big Bang tells us about the nature of information

TeradataEMEA - July 27, 2009

Possibly I am just turning into a grumpy old man in my middle-age, but there are two words that when used together annoy me beyond almost all…