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  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    Creating Good Visualizations To Tell Data Truths

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses why he feels business culture needs to change to better understand data processing and analytical methods, what elements make up a powerful data visualization, and why today's tools for analytics and visualizations are only the beginning of a potential paradigm shift.

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  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    Moving Past the Tipping Point for Mobile Analytics

    In this podcast, the speakers discuss how tablets and smart phones are used to enhance meetings today, and what some uses that are likely to emerge in the near future, and why they are so bullish on mobile analytics development over the next 12 to 18 months.

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  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    How Touch Screens Create New Mobile BI and Analytics Interactions

    In this podcast, the speakers discuss the types of applications that businesses are using to take advantage of sensors in Smart phones. The speakers also discuss the mobile devices are changing the way businesses review their business intelligence and analytical reports.

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  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    Podcast: Data Gotham and New York City's Data Community

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses how New York's data startups study human behavior differently than most other startup companies, how real time analytics is pushing the frontiers of data science. The speaker also discusses about there has been little networking and connectivity between the disparate groups but there is...

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  • Podcasts // Aug 2012

    Podcast: Datameer CEO Stefan Groschupf on Hadoop's Pros and Cons

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses how often a Hadoop stack stands alone in enterprise, and how Hadoop can work in the cloud. The speaker also discusses about Hadoop which is not a silver bullet. It is not the best option for processing online transactions, for example: the world still...

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  • Podcasts // Aug 2012

    Podcast: Datameer CEO Stefan Groschupf on What Hadoop Is and Isn't

    In this podcast, the speaker talks about the history of Hadoop's development, explaining how the software works today and why its the best platform for storing and reading several different types of data.

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  • Podcasts // Aug 2012

    Podcast: Dean Abbott on Predictive Analytics' Success on the Web

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses how companies are getting value from their real time web analytics now, what has happened in the past to make it possible, and where the industry is going.

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  • Podcasts // Aug 2012

    Podcast: IBM's James Kobielus on How to Implement Big Data

    In this podcast, the speaker discussed the difference between of traditional business intelligence projects and analyzing a company's ever-growing data resources. The speaker also discussed how business executives, including CMOs and CIOs are driving big data implementations.

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  • Podcasts // Jul 2012

    Podcast: IBM's James Kobielus on Getting Past Big Data Hype

    Big data is a well-hyped concept that can purportedly deliver wisdom and riches to those who know how to use it. In this podcast, the speaker discusses the difference between of traditional business intelligence projects and analyzing a company's ever-growing data resources.

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  • Podcasts // Jul 2012

    Podcast: The Importance of Creating Sandboxes for Business Intelligence Analysts

    Business intelligence analysts are busy people, often with several well-defined and recurring projects based on data preparation and standard reporting. In this podcast, the speakers discuss the importance of creating an environment where analysts have the freedom to play with data for the sake of uncovering unexpected business value.

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  • Podcasts // Jul 2012

    Podcast: IBM's James Kobielus on Getting Past Big Data Hype

    Big data is a well-hyped concept that can purportedly deliver wisdom and riches to those who know how to use it. In this podcast, the speaker discusses the difference between of traditional business intelligence projects and analyzing a company's ever-growing data resources.

    Provided By Wellesley Information Services

  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    Moving Past the Tipping Point for Mobile Analytics

    In this podcast, the speakers discuss how tablets and smart phones are used to enhance meetings today, and what some uses that are likely to emerge in the near future, and why they are so bullish on mobile analytics development over the next 12 to 18 months.

    Provided By Wellesley Information Services

  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    Creating Good Visualizations To Tell Data Truths

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses why he feels business culture needs to change to better understand data processing and analytical methods, what elements make up a powerful data visualization, and why today's tools for analytics and visualizations are only the beginning of a potential paradigm shift.

    Provided By Wellesley Information Services

  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    How Touch Screens Create New Mobile BI and Analytics Interactions

    In this podcast, the speakers discuss the types of applications that businesses are using to take advantage of sensors in Smart phones. The speakers also discuss the mobile devices are changing the way businesses review their business intelligence and analytical reports.

    Provided By Wellesley Information Services

  • Podcasts // Aug 2012

    Podcast: Datameer CEO Stefan Groschupf on Hadoop's Pros and Cons

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses how often a Hadoop stack stands alone in enterprise, and how Hadoop can work in the cloud. The speaker also discusses about Hadoop which is not a silver bullet. It is not the best option for processing online transactions, for example: the world still...

    Provided By Wellesley Information Services

  • Podcasts // Sep 2012

    Podcast: Data Gotham and New York City's Data Community

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses how New York's data startups study human behavior differently than most other startup companies, how real time analytics is pushing the frontiers of data science. The speaker also discusses about there has been little networking and connectivity between the disparate groups but there is...

    Provided By Wellesley Information Services

  • Podcasts // Aug 2012

    Podcast: Datameer CEO Stefan Groschupf on What Hadoop Is and Isn't

    In this podcast, the speaker talks about the history of Hadoop's development, explaining how the software works today and why its the best platform for storing and reading several different types of data.

    Provided By Wellesley Information Services

  • Podcasts // Aug 2012

    Podcast: Dean Abbott on Predictive Analytics' Success on the Web

    In this podcast, the speaker discusses how companies are getting value from their real time web analytics now, what has happened in the past to make it possible, and where the industry is going.

    Provided By Wellesley Information Services

  • Podcasts // Aug 2012

    Podcast: IBM's James Kobielus on How to Implement Big Data

    In this podcast, the speaker discussed the difference between of traditional business intelligence projects and analyzing a company's ever-growing data resources. The speaker also discussed how business executives, including CMOs and CIOs are driving big data implementations.

    Provided By Wellesley Information Services

  • Podcasts // Jul 2012

    Podcast: The Importance of Creating Sandboxes for Business Intelligence Analysts

    Business intelligence analysts are busy people, often with several well-defined and recurring projects based on data preparation and standard reporting. In this podcast, the speakers discuss the importance of creating an environment where analysts have the freedom to play with data for the sake of uncovering unexpected business value.

    Provided By Wellesley Information Services