Social media business intelligence

Social media business intelligence

Social media business intelligence is the convergence of two distinct disciplines. Business intelligence (BI) is where you dig into your data to identify trends and opportunities for development. After the data is analyzed you can create reports for marketers and strategists to use. Social media adds a continuous and Real-Time (RT) data dimension component to […] more…
Big Data sessions will be Big at HP Discover Barcelona

Big Data sessions will be Big at HP Discover Barcelona

We’re counting down the days until HP Discover in Barcelona and want to help you get a jumpstart on planning your time at the event. Check out a preview of session content currently available in this initial catalog for a glimpse of the industry’s “hottest” topics and innovation that will be delivered throughout the event. […] more…

8 Different Ways to Get Great Ideas

We asked eight innovative Stanford GSB alumni entrepreneurs including Kiva’s Jessica Jackley (MBA ’07) and Design Within Reach’s Rob Forbes (MBA ’85) to shed light on how they come up with their best ideas. From collaborating with others, to observing consumer behavior, to taking naps, read tips for boosting your creativity: 1. “Interrupt the logical […] more…

Toyota – not always the mass production master

Toyota is generally reckoned to be a master of mass production, not only in the automotive arena but by the wider world too. Kanban-style just-in time parts deliveries, kaizen policies of continuous improvement – Toyota has been a banner-carrier for these and many other methodologies that long ago gave it an edge when it comes […] more…
Successful Projects Need A Project Management Framework

Successful Projects Need A Project Management Framework

Added on October 17, 2013 Michelle Symonds Project Management Framework There are three main sections to a Project Management Framework, which are designed to help the project manager complete a project successfully. The first of these is what we fundamentally understand as project management, and this along with the other two parts are described below. […] more…
Back When I Knew Everything

Back When I Knew Everything

October 17th 20131 Comment Share Email Twitter Google+ Facebook LinkedIn Posted in: Justice Issues Column Back When I Knew Everything by Colin Lachance More posts by Colin Back when I knew everything the world was much simpler. Any topic, situation, challenge or choice could be easily placed into one of two categories. Category 1 consisted […] more…
Need for Competitive Intelligence in building Intellectual Property strategies

Need for Competitive Intelligence in building Intellectual Property strategies

Competitive Intelligence – Turning knowledge into Actionable IP Strategies – Recorded Webinar Video Watch Video Dolcera Corporation in collaboration with IP StrategistLee Caffin hosted this FREE Webinar Qualified European and UK Patent Attorney and at the US Patent Bar Held senior IP strategy roles for major pharmaceutical companies including Glaxo, Sanofi-Aventis, Takeda, Abbott. Contact Information: […] more…

TECH TIP: Streaming Data Analysis

For machine learning aficionados, this insideBIGDATA TECH TIP brings you a stimulating video presentation by data scientist John Myles White courtesy of the New York Open Statistical Programming Meetup group. The name of the talk is Streaming Data Analysis and Online Learning – traditional statistical software suites are specialized for analyzing data sets that can […] more…
IBM Revenues Down $1 Billion For Third Quarter As Hardware Sales Falter With Popularity Of The Cloud

IBM Revenues Down $1 Billion For Third Quarter As Hardware Sales Falter With Popularity Of The Cloud

IBM has reported its third-quarter revenues were $23.72 billion compared to $24.74 billion this time last year. The revenues were down due to the company’s underperforming hardware division, which is taking a hit with the growing popularity of cloud services. Revenues for the nine-month period totaled $72.1 billion, a decrease of 4 percent, compared with […] more…

Why “Keeping It Simple” Can Be a Complicated Mistake

“Our people are dealing with complex problems. We’d like to bring you in so you can stimulate a thoughtful conversation, and hopefully stir up some big ideas that will take us forward.” As a self-employed leadership consultant, I used to hear this kind of thing a lot, mostly before the 2008 financial crisis. Colleagues report […] more…
Navigating the Software Selection Process

Navigating the Software Selection Process

SHARE: Tweet Facebook Google+ Linkedin Email With the economy beginning to recover, contractors that put technology investments or upgrades on hold are starting to consider whether it’s the right time to implement construction accounting, estimating and project management software. Many contractors—from small, locally owned construction businesses to large, multi-state firms—know they need to replace outdated […] more…
Management Frameworks Will Die

Management Frameworks Will Die

We are at an unprecedented place in the history of the computer industry. Both technical and economic forces are at work to drive innovation at an unprecedented rate and scale. These forces are creating new types of uses of IT services, new applications, new platforms, new infrastructures, and new models for selling and buying management […] more…

Technitrain 2014 Course Schedule: Power BI, Power Pivot, SSAS, MDX and more

I’m pleased to announce that all of the courses I’m running in London next year are now live on the Technitrain site. I’m teaching a lot of them, of course, but I’ve also got quite an impressive array of other trainers who’ll be teaching too: Allan Hirt, Klaus Aschenbrenner, Jamie Thomson, Bob Phillips, Andy Leonard […] more…
Sharing Functions In Power Query

Sharing Functions In Power Query

The Power BI Preview includes the ability to share Power Query queries with other people in your organisation; I was thinking about writing a blog post on this topic, but to be honest the documentation covers it so well there’s little point repeating what it says. My assumption is that it will be data stewards […] more…

Vote In The PASS Elections!

If you’ve been a member of PASS since before June 13th this year, you’ll have received an email telling you that voting has opened in the PASS Board of Directors Elections. This is a friendly reminder to you to use that vote! Check out the candidates here. For those of you who (like me) live […] more…
Power BI Preview Review Part 2: Q&A

Power BI Preview Review Part 2: Q&A

Today the natural language query functionality in Power BI, Q&A, was enabled in my Power BI Preview tenant. This is the last major piece of functionality to be added to the Preview, and of course as soon as I heard that it was there I had to go and play with it, despite being on […] more…

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