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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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Microsoft SQL Server 2012 is nearly here…

2012 will be an exciting year for all of us who utilise the broad features of the SQL Server platform. A few weeks ago, Microsoft made available the release candidate (RC0) of SQL Server 2012 (previously known as Denali ).  The release candidate term is used when a product is considered “production ready” – feature and code complete and in a form that can be released, unless fatal defects emerge.  The next stage is 'release to manufacturing' (RTM) which is currently touted for Q1 2012.  The RC0 release enables the Intergen team to continue to build on the knowledge gained from utilising the CTP releases. ... read full post

Posted by:  Tim Mole ,  |  21 December 2011

Information Management, Business Intelligence, Data Mining, Data Visualisation, SQL Server, SQL Server 2012

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Data Visualisation – The Power of Pivot

In a world where we have exponential growth of data, we experience challenges around finding relevant information within these data quickly and easily. ... read full post

Posted by:  Henk Verhoeven , Solution Architect |  26 August 2010

Data Visualisation, Microsoft Pivot

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