Every mid-August UCAS is headline news, but there is a great deal going on the rest of the year, all of which requires dealing with vast amounts of personal data demanding the best possible security
At Tableau Conference 2017, two lucky vendors jumped through my recording hoops for impromptu demos. What caught my eye? BI on Alexa with Tredence and interactive BI on Hadoop with Jethro.
Snow is serious business for the D.C. Department of Transportation, exposing the limits of static reporting. But as MeghanMarie Fowler-Finn explained at Tableau conference, they are doing something about it – with dashboards.
Every aspect of accounting processes, reports, curriculum and work is impacted by new technology. More changes are coming. How will the profession and academia respond?
If Workday is able to push deep into vertical markets then it cements its position in ways that have proven hard for competitors. Is this feasible?
Strategic differentiation and benchmarking data under GDPR arrangements were top of mind in this Workday Rising preview.
Are the troves of data now available masking long term, sustainably profitable business for short term gain? Examples from baseball, airlines and hotels suggest ‘yes.’
Rolls-Royce has a history of data engineering that leaves it well-placed to tap into the AI boom. Digital Chief Technologist Thomas Lee-Warren explains.
Speed of budgeting has more benefits than purely getting an accurate picture of the business. It helps finance become a service to the business. This case study explains how that works.
Professor Brian Cox, academic, CERN scientist and rockstar science evangelist on TV, delivered some helpful, if pessimistic, observations on the state of IT and its capabilities.