Data visualization is the principle of taking data values and converting them into a graphic. Most people see, or prefer to see, data represented as a graphic. It is the common language that captures how data…
The week of a Data Analyst can vary widely depending on the size of the firm and their unique combination of skills. Despite their differences, every analyst will tell you they spend too much time “prepping”…
by John Morrell on Mar 20, 2019
AI and Machine Learning have the ability to transform the world as we know it. Many Fortune 500 CEOs feel the same—81% of respondents in a recent survey said that AI and Machine Learning are a“critical area of investment”.
While on-premise analytics programs are more formalised, the agility of the cloud makes it the wild west where analysts face few barriers to analytic experiments. Getting value from cloud analytics requires a broader data strategy and…
by John Morrell on Feb 01, 2019
Introduction If you’re going to do machine learning work right, you’re going to need well-honed data sets to build your models on. It is not just about cleaning up the data. It is also about discovering…
In this blog, we cover five best practices for system administrators to keep users satisfied when it comes to maintenance updates: schedule, think holistically, review urgency, test changes incrementally and repeat changes into production.
In today’s fast-paced world, organizations must constantly adapt and innovate to maintain their competitive advantage. Cloud computing has revolutionized the technological landscape, allowing companies to “rent” time on online services without having rapidly-obsolescing hardware on-site.
by John Morrell on Jun 13, 2018
Last week we looked at The Ever Evolving Regulatory Environment and the need for a regulatory compliance architecture. If you didn’t see the first blog post on the topic, read it here.
Guest post by Philip Gilligan, Sand Hill East LLP
We have seen an extraordinary array of regulations in the last 8 to 10 years, globally as well as specifically in the US and EU. Starting with the US Dodd Frank Act during the great recession, it continued in Europe with a series of regulations, most recently around data privacy and protection concerns in the form of GDPR.