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How did the legendary rock band Eagles adjust and transform after a huge change?

Jan 18, 2016 I thought the world stopped. Glen Frey from the rock band Eagles – that I grew up adoring – had passed away, and I was certain it was the end of the road. No more “Hotel California” or “Desperado”. I was absolutely gutted. ... read full post

Posted by:  Lars Agger , Practice Manager |  24 May 2018

Big Data, Digital Transformation, AI. Machine Learning, #CXreimagine

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Data Science Dust Off

Last month’s Briefing in the Economist covers the topic of Artificial Intelligence; more specifically the supervised machine learning technique broadly termed artificial neural networks. Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence, Data Science; call it what you will, to the general public, indeed to the majority of tech professionals, they are one and the same. ... read full post

Posted by:  Chris Auld , Chief Technology Officer, Executive Director |  15 June 2015

Data Visualisation, Data, Big Data, Data Intelligence, Machine Learning

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Musings from a Big Data conference

Recently I attended the annual Big Data conference held in Auckland. The attendance was three times greater than the previous year’s conference which reflects the increasing global interest in the area of big data.  ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Mole ,  |  19 August 2013

Business Intelligence, Microsoft, Intergen, BI, Big Data

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The big data equation

Much ado has been made about big data and the desire to “have” big data has extended from being just the domain of very large organisations to organisations of all sizes. This “big data” wave is increasingly desired but what, exactly, is big data? ... read full post

Posted by:  Mark Worthen , Senior Consultant, Enterprise Applications |  30 May 2013

Data, Big Data, big data equation, big data investment

(1490 votes)



A gateway to big data: geospatial business intelligence

With the continuing hype around the want, need, or even the “me too” aspects of being able to join the ‘Big Data’ movement, it is only a matter of time before BI will, by default, incorporate this nebulous concept. ... read full post

Posted by:  Russell Bowden , Business Intelligence Senior Consultant |  13 May 2013

Business Intelligence, Microsoft, SQL Server, Intergen, BI, Big Data, Geospatial

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The Paradox of Excel

A couple of weeks ago there was an article on newstatesman.com which had as its title, “Is Excel the Most Dangerous piece of Software in the World?” (Read the article here ). ... read full post

Posted by:  Mark Worthen , Senior Consultant, Enterprise Applications |  12 March 2013

Business Intelligence, Data Mining, Microsoft, Power View, BI, Microsoft Excel, Office, Big Data, Excel, Excel 2013, Microsoft Office, VaR Model

(2765 votes)

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