Posts tagged: data analytics

  1. Video: Intelligent Engineering

    Intelligent Engineering delivers proactive support to ensure your business always remains up and running. It uses analytics to predict potential problems & through automation resolves them before they become issues. The result? Incident rate...

  2. Your four-point plan for a data-driven working culture

    Data has become something of a buzzword in recent years. It’s difficult to read about anything to do with business without seeing it mentioned in some capacity. There is a clear reason for this, of course: data can be an extremely powerful too...

  3. Predictive Analytics: The key to intelligent engineering

    IT support has historically been reactive: wait for it to break then fix it, and fix it cheap. But this simple approach is no longer fit for purpose. Times have changed, the workplace is evolving, and business users are becoming less accepting...

  4. Big Data, analytics and the IoT – The force is strong!

    A cacophony of data, a wall of zeros and ones, if you will. We’re in the midst of a digital revolution where the terabytes of non-persistent data libraries that are regularly produced by enterprises, sensors, engines, utility companies, mobile ...

  5. Will Windows 10 push us towards an Internet of Things nirvana?

    Inevitably we are rapidly moving towards a world of hyper-connectivity where human-centric ICT, the Internet of Things (IoT) big data and the analysis of such will take centre stage. And it is clear by the tools made available for developers i...

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