Decoding AI

13th April 2017

We live in the age of automation. From direct debits on our monthly bills to heating that comes on when it drops to a certain […]

See results from your on cluster analytics with Arcadia Data

9th November 2016

Big Data is making a lot of promises to the enterprise, but there are many challenges when it comes to building infrastructure that is flexible […]

“Will it be the usual today Mrs Smith?” How retailers are managing customer segmentation at scale.

15th September 2016

Why retailers have had to adapt to accurate data reporting Retailers have a need to manage data more than ever now that all of us […]

The Bottom Line of Big Analytics – By Serge Haziyev

13th July 2016

With Big Data Analytics challenges becoming a nucleus of modern business, it is no longer sufficient to rely exclusively on traditional models while managing projects. […]

Hortonworks on Big Data Analytics 2016

20th June 2016

It’s hard to believe it’s been over a year since we were last all together at Big Data Analytics (BDA) London 2015. Advances in our […]

Easy- to-use Spotfire shines a light on homeless charity’s metrics

31st May 2016

By Roman Bartik The easy-to-use, simplicity of self-service visualisation tool, TIBCO Spotfire, has underpinned many a business transformation and is now set to work its […]

Have you misunderstood Big Data?

19th May 2016

Big Data is subject to misunderstandings. As the term gains traction in business circles, the concept itself is becoming unclear and clouded by a series […]

Foxy Leicester City FC won Premiership with data analytics

The 2015/16 season has been nothing short of a fairy-tale for Leicester City Football Club and it can definitely be said that it has come […]

The customer’s opinion isn’t always right

12th November 2015

The data of customer service When it comes to providing customers with a first-class customer service, there is only so much you can do. Yes, […]

A good workman never blames his tools

11th November 2015

By Sean Jackson, chief marketing officer, EXASOL ‘A good workman never blames his tools’, or so the old adage goes. However, given the opportunity, I’m […]