Analytics
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3 Big Data Myths for Enterprises

SDC Editor - June 17, 2011

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Analytics
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Top 10 Ways to Apply Predictive Analytics in the Insurance Industry — and Your Industry?

SDC Editor - June 11, 2011

Actuaries are experts at using mathematics to forecast risk at a human biological level. CAN is the expert at using…

Analytics
791 views

Information Availability: Exploiting the Full Value of Information to Drive Business

Sid Probstein - June 2, 2011

Year after year, analyst survey results show that CIOs view their top priority to be aligning with business strategy and…

Analytics
669 views

Less Wrong: Using Predictive Analytics to Improve Budgeting

SDC Editor - May 6, 2011

Last week Grant and Tadd (co-owners at CAN) presented their insight on the concept of being “Less Wrong” on day…

Commentary
1143 views

As Data.gov Goes Dark, 50 Startups Prepare to Take its Place

SDC Editor - April 1, 2011

the fiscal year, and we have no reasonable expectation to get more than a couple of millions of dollars [for…

Commentary
562 views

A New Economy of Data

SDC Editor - March 30, 2011

There is a revolution in data. Yet the revolution is not as much a new technology as it is a…

Best Practices
575 views

How “Dirty Data” Derails Your Company’s Data Analytics and ROI

Brett Stupakevich - March 29, 2011

How much of what your company knows is useful? Which data is current? (more…)

Analytics
554 views

Tough Analytics? Watson to the Rescue

Barry Devlin - March 3, 2011

"Quickly Watson, get your service revolver!"  Is Watson about to put business intelligence out of its misery?  Is the good…

Analytics
691 views

SAP BusinessObjects BI and EIM 4.0 Make a BIG Splash

Timo Elliott - February 25, 2011

The New York stop of the SAP “Run Better Tour” hosted the launch of SAP BusinessObjects BI and EIM 4.0…

Data Warehousing
2060 views

Integrating NoSQL in the Data Warehouse

Barry Devlin - January 21, 2011

Just putting NoSQL in the title of a post on B-eye-Network might raise a few hackles ;-) but the growing…