Tag Archives : #analytics

Data modeling puts the intelligence in BI  

“IT as an industry has declared war on data modeling for all the wrong reasons,” said Dr. Rado Kotorov, chief innovation officer and VP global product marketing at Information Builders. “The self-service business intelligent movement declares: ‘Let’s not model data. Let’s just give access to people who know what do with data for one-off analysis.’ […]

Ron Huizenga, senior product manager ER/Studio, Embarcadero Technologies

Peter Papadakos, director, decision support, Quinte Health Care

Creating ‘data aware’ culture: Quinte Heath Care 1  

Background: Quinte Health Care Corporation is comprised of four geographically dispersed hospitals in Hastings and Prince Edward counties of Ontario, which employ a total of 1,600 people. Each of these institutions serves patient regions featuring different demographic profiles, a point that has become more significant as Quinte strives to align delivery of patient care with […]

Medium voltage AC: Big Data? ‘Big Power’ isn’t far behind

Context: an evolving standard for power distribution Data center operators are under intense pressure to maximize the efficiency of data centers. To maintain competitiveness in a race in which rack density increases and power consumption keeps pace to meet increasing demand for service delivery, data center operators are looking for ways to improve the efficiency […]

Dave Sterlace, market development manager for data centers and critical power, Thomas & Betts (ab ABB company)

Melissa Treier, VP, product sales and strategy, North America, Information Builders

Is peer pressure the answer to addressing the gender gap in tech? 2

We might think the gender barriers are disappearing in the enterprise workspace, but not much seems to have changed. That was the general consensus at a recent Women in Analytics Network and Leadership Symposium hosted by Information Builders in Toronto. The day’s event began with an overview of these statistics later sourced to a CanWIT […]

Cisco building and branding its IoT portfolio

Nothing succeeds like success, but uneasy lies the head that wears the crown. For eight years now, Cisco has mounted an effective campaign to build awareness around the opportunities for improved productivity and new service delivery that can be achieved through the connection of digital processes, an exercise that is now widely associated with the […]

Chris White 2