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BI Users, IT Users

Achieving a Hyper-Converged Instructure with Cloud Verified

March 22, 2019

Via: CIO

Ken Marr is not a fan of technology for its own sake. The CTO of First National Technology Solutions (FNTS) is quick to note that there is no one “one-size-fits-all” digital transformation (DX). He believes that any transformation is about […]


BI Usage, BI Users, Dashboard, IT Users

IT isn’t just about technical skills anymore

March 19, 2019

Via: CIO

One of the long-standing misconceptions about a career in information technology — at least among some people — is that it’s all about the technical skills. Technical skills are certainly important — you can’t build applications if you can’t write […]


BI Usage, Dashboard

Fine tuning SAFe with architecture

March 18, 2019

Via: CIO

Most organizations view their digital transformation as a top priority. Many are full speed ahead with their digital transformation using SAFe or another agile approach to deliver their information technology projects. Yet “83% of leaders struggle to make meaningful progress […]


BI Usage, Correlation

Developers and IT Ops: Finding the hybrid cloud common ground

March 18, 2019

Via: CIO

Trying to get different teams to collaborate is never an easy feat. But no two groups are more notoriously difficult to work together than developers and IT operators. After all, the two groups have had a contentious relationship for quite […]


BI Users, Power Users

What can psychopaths teach us about AI?

March 15, 2019

Via: The Next Web

What happens when machines learn to manipulate us by faking our emotions? Judging by the rate at which researchers are developing human-like AI agents, we’re about to find out. Researchers around the world are trying to create more human-like AI. […]


BI Categories, Data Mining

Why is More Data Staying On Premises?

March 14, 2019

Via: CIO

Enterprises are keeping more and more data on premises. This shift, which involves on-premises infrastructure and often some form of private clouds, is hard to deny. In a survey last year of more than 400 enterprises in the United States, […]


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How to stop the chaos and truly collaborate

March 14, 2019

Via: CIO

There’s a business analyst/architect group, a process innovation group, a design thinking group, a technology group and more. Not all of these groups are internal. Some of them are external. Tech vendors try to push new technologies. Management consultants try […]


Basic Querying, BI Categories

How to choose which IT conferences to attend

March 8, 2019

Via: CIO

From user symposiums to vendor-neutral events, there’s no shortage of tech conferences to sign up for. Each offers unique upside, whether it’s strategic insights into how another company implemented a new technology or simply an opportunity to grow your network. […]


BI Users, Power Users

How old, once-unusable geometry ideas are now helping us apply big data to medicine

March 7, 2019

Via: The Next Web

Your brain is made up of billions of neurons connected by trillions of synapses. And how they’re arranged gives rise to the brain’s functionality and to your personality. That’s why scientists in Switzerland recently produced the first-ever digital 3D brain […]


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Making Automotive Manufacturing Smarter with AI

March 6, 2019

Via: CIO

The automotive industry has a long-running track record for harnessing the latest technologies to bring efficient, innovative and safe vehicles to market, while continually working to cut manufacturing costs. Today, these technologies include artificial intelligence and high performance computing — […]