Tag: BI

BI Users, Business Users, IT Users

How to Manage Technical Debt When Preparing for a Digital Transformation

February 24, 2020

Via: CMSWire

Any digital transformation strategy must take into consideration technical debt, because if left unmanaged, it can greatly hinder the pace of an organization’s innovation. While there are several different definitions of technical debt, in this instance we are referring to […]

BI Users, Power Users

What Is Machine Learning’s Impact on Marketing Personalization?

February 20, 2020

Via: CMSWire

Marketers by now know machine learning has made an impact on marketing personalization efforts. Machine learning includes personalization use cases in the areas of lookalike modeling, churn analysis, cross-sell/upsell analysis and many others, according to a Forrester report last year […]

BI Users, IT Users

7 best practices for managing a multi-cloud environment

February 4, 2020

Via: Network World

For many companies today it’s no longer a question of whether to move some data and workloads to the cloud. It’s a matter of how extensively to migrate the IT infrastructure to cloud services, and how many cloud providers are […]

BI Security

Rogue IoT devices are putting your network at risk from hackers

February 3, 2020

Via: ZDnet

Employees are bringing their own Internet of Things connected devices to the workplace and could be putting organisations at risk from cyber attacks because enterprise security teams aren’t always aware that these devices are connected to the network. People are […]

BI Categories, Business Analysis

When AI/ML ROI Is Trapped in the System, Address “Flow”

January 28, 2020

Via: CIO

I read an interesting market statistic recently from VentureBeats AI that stated “87% of data science projects never make it into production”. This was later validated by Gartner who added that “80% of AI projects will remain alchemy [projects], run […]

BI Users, Casual Users

Career roadmap: Enterprise architect

January 13, 2020

Via: CIO

In many ways, the enterprise architect is one of the most pivotal IT positions at an organization, and especially for a company that is embarking on a digital transformation. Enterprise architects are involved in conducting analysis, design, planning and implementation […]

BI Categories, Data Mining

IBM’s A.I. Can Now Mine People’s Collective Thoughts. Will Businesses Use This Data Thoughtfully?

December 12, 2019

Via: Fortune

It’s ironic, but artificial intelligence is on the cusp of harnessing the collective wisdom locked inside the human hive mind. Showcasing a piece of software at a debate in the 200-year old Cambridge Union debating society in Cambridge, England in […]

BI Users, Business Users, IT Users

How Nokia Transformed IT as a Trusted Business Partner

November 15, 2019

Via: CIO

For any CIO, IT is an integral part of business success. To gather expert perspective on IT and digital transformation, we sat down with Ursula Soritsch-Renier, Nokia CIO and keynote speaker for Dreamforce 2019’s Customer Success Keynote: Your Path to […]

BI Users, IT Users

Composability and intelligence are accelerating the self-driving data center

November 4, 2019

Via: CIO

Self-driving cars rely on sensors, connectivity, and software all working together to achieve a safe, autonomous driving experience. Sensors via radar and cameras provide navigational input, connectivity adds traffic or weather data, and software captures and analyzes all of this […]

BI Security

ASIO discloses LinkedIn foreign intelligence threat

October 17, 2019

Via: ZDnet

The Australian Security and Intelligence Organisation (ASIO) tabled its annual report to Parliament Wednesday afternoon, providing an overview of its security performance and Australia’s security environment and outlook. In the report, ASIO disclosed it had issued advice to stakeholders across […]