Tag Archives : #analytics


Nowhere to hide: Nuix Voice speeds audio and video analytics  

Nuix, an information protection and security intelligence provider, has announced its partnership with voice analytics vendor Voci Technologies. Under the terms of the agreement, the two companies will integrate Voci’s V-Discovery engine with the Nuix platform and its products for eDiscovery, investigation, information governance, cybersecurity and intelligence. The service has been dubbed Nuix Voice. The cornerstone […]

Anthony Gadient, president and CEO, Voci Technologies

Michael Corcoran, SVP and CMO, Information Builders

IB Summit 2016 – hot trends and Big BI

“Data is the hot market to be in for users and for vendors,” declared Jeremy Ballanco, Information Builders VP of iWay sales, at IB Summit 2016 in Reno, Nevada last week. How hot? According to a recent Techaisle report, Analytics & Big Data in the US SMB Market (June, 2016), more than 50% of US-based […]


Information Builders plugs the gap

Big Data and analytics are, as we keep being told, hot, hot, hot. Trolling through masses of input from as many sources as we can grab will provide all sorts of valuable insights, and help us grow our businesses. But just as numerically illiterate (or maybe sneaky) marketers don’t seem to grasp that 9000% of […]

Jeremy Ballanco, VP, iWay software sales, Information Builders

Oliver Schaberberger, VP analytics server research and development, SAS Institute

Hybrid vigour

When the cloud rose to prominence, as usual pundits promptly declared that it would replace previous technologies. In the IT world, anything new tends to capture the imagination, and instantly becomes the former-tech killer. But as time goes on, people figure out that new is not always the be-all and end-all, and old is not […]


Aligning BI skill, practice and healthcare outcomes 2

ICT skills development has long been lauded as a key input to business productivity, a vehicle for improving labour employability and indeed as the means to enhancing the competiveness of nations. But another ‘truism’ has also long held sway – that Canada suffers from a chronic shortage of skilled ICT professionals. A 2015 ICTC IT […]

Justin St-Maurice, professor, Applied Health Information Sciences, Conestoga College