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The hard road of digital transformation in the public sector

December 4, 2018

Via: CIO
Category: BI Users, IT Users

Stop for a second and think about one memorable example of a digital transformation. Which ones leap to your mind? It might be AirBnB, or perhaps it is Uber? The odds are that the example you’ve thought of is about […]


A Thousand Points of Data: Integration Made (Truly) Easy

November 27, 2018

Via: CIO

The new frontier of data management is not really centered on the collection or even the analyzing of data, but on access, consolidation, and sharing, and making that data (even if it’s from two seemingly disparate, unrelated data sources) actionable. […]


Facebook hack proves we need new user authentication methods

November 20, 2018

Category: BI Security

Just when you thought Facebook has put the worst of its troubles behind, the social media giant revealed on Friday that it had experienced a new security incident that possibly affected 90 million users. However, unlike previous scandals, in which […]


BI Users, Power Users

A front-row seat to transforming the future

December 4, 2018

Via: CIO

1859 was an important year in the oil industry. Edwin Drake and George Bissell introduced the first successful oil drilling rig on Oil Creek near Titusville, Pennsylvania. It was also the year that Jean-Joseph Étienne Lenoir began producing his single-cylinder […]


BI Security

How opportunistic regulation can stifle innovation in blockchain

December 3, 2018

Via: The Next Web

At the blockchain conferences and blockchain industry discussions over the last two years I had many chances to listen to talks about crypto regulation by the new gurus of the crypto. Being a tech law scholar for 20+ years, I […]


BI Users, Power Users

A practical guide to KBQ-led enterprise AI strategy

November 30, 2018

Via: CIO

When “big data” reached the apex of the technological hype cycle several years ago, one would have been hard-pressed to find an enterprise that wasn’t scrambling to accumulate massive unstructured datasets — whether they needed them or not. The haphazardness […]