Tag: business intelligence

BI Usage, Correlation

Machine learning operations don’t belong with cloudops

August 23, 2019

Via: Infoworld

It’s Monday morning, and after a long weekend of system trouble the cloud operations team is discussing what happened. It seems that several systems that were associated with a very advanced, new inventory management system enabled with machine learning had […]

BI Security, BI Users, Casual Users

Google proposes new privacy and anti-fingerprinting controls for the web

August 22, 2019

Via: Tech Crunch

Google today announced a new long-term initiative that, if fully realized, will make it harder for online marketers and advertisers to track you across the web. This new proposal follows the company’s plans to change how cookies in Chrome work […]

BI Users, Business Users

Box introduces Box Shield with increased security controls and threat protection

August 21, 2019

Via: Tech Crunch

Box has always had to balance the idea of sharing content broadly while protecting it as it moved through the world, but the more you share, the more likely something can go wrong, such as misconfigured shared links that surfaced […]

Basic Querying, BI Categories, Business Analysis

Stability vs. speed – pick two

August 20, 2019

Via: CIO

In holding various leadership positions in Operations engineering organizations over more than 20 years – either as a team lead, architect, or leading a global Site Reliability Engineering (SRE) organization – I developed a philosophy that I’ve used as guidance […]

BI Security, BI Users, IT Users

Data privacy is the new strategic differentiator

August 20, 2019

Via: CIO

In some cases, the phrase “hindsight is 20/20” paints hindsight as a weak form of insight. As in, “that point of view is fairly Captain Obvious, and hence any resulting insight may have little material value.” In other cases, hindsight […]

BI Users, IT Users

IT as a Service future offerings: 5 must haves

August 16, 2019

Via: CIO

In April of this year, the number of HBO Now subscribers skyrocketed, fueled by the return of Game of Thrones for its final season. Those new HBO viewers will be temporary, according to historical data. That’s because the popular series […]

BI Users, Power Users

Boosting Enterprise Efficiency: The Rapid Rise of AI-Powered Robotic and Autonomous Systems

August 15, 2019

Via: CIO

From driver-assisted vehicles on our city streets to self-driving vehicles on our factory floors, robotic and autonomous systems are becoming commonplace. You may even have one in your home, vacuuming the floors for you while you stay busy with more […]

BI Categories, Business Analysis

How to do real-time analytics across historical and live data

August 14, 2019

Via: InfoWorld

Today’s analytical requirements are putting unprecedented pressures on existing data infrastructures. Performing real-time analytics across operational and stored data is typically critical to success but always challenging to implement. Consider an airline that wants to collect and analyze a continuous […]

BI Users, IT Users, Power Users

How to Avoid the “RPA Death Spiral”

August 14, 2019

Via: CIO

RPA is clearly the IT media darling of the year. Just go to any business or tech publication, and you can’t escape headlines touting RPA as the fastest-growing market in enterprise software. Per Gartner, the RPA market grew over 63% […]

BI Users, IT Users

IT’s role in managing the customer journey

August 13, 2019

Via: CIO

CIOs clearly need to get closer to their firm’s marketing team and the CMO. Marketing, for most, is the major stakeholder for what IT does in digital transformation. For this reason, I wanted to understand what the role of IT […]