Inside Analysis

The Bloor Group accepts contributed articles for posting to our various websites including www.insideanalysis.com and www.databaserevolution.com.

VIEW THE GUIDELINES FOR ARTICLE SUBMISSION

  1. Articles must be vendor neutral. We are looking for trends or strategy focused articles, not product-specific information.
  2. We ask that we have first right of publication (that the article has not appeared elsewhere in print or on the web).
  3. Articles should be less than 1,500 words in length and submitted in a Word format. Any figures should be saved in a jpg (400×400 pixels).
  4. Please include the author bio, including contact information, and a short statement granting us permission to publish.
  5. The Bloor Group reserves the right to make edits to fit our editorial style sheet.
  6. Please send complete articles to Mary Jo Nott or Rebecca Jozwiak for review.
  7. We will notify you within two weeks of receipt of the article if it has been chosen for publication. We will send you the link when the article is posted.

Voracity and the Philosophy of Data

This interview is part of The Bloor Group’s research program, Philosophy of Data, which has been underwritten by IRI, The CoSort Company. Eric Kavanagh: Ladies and gentlemen, hello and welcome back once again to A Philosophy of Data. It’s yours truly, Eric Kavanagh, today sitting with David Friedland from IRI, The CoSort Company, the folks …Read More

Magic and the Philosophy of Data

This article is part of The Bloor Group’s research program, Philosophy of Data, which has been underwritten by IRI, The CoSort Company. Humanity seeks out knowledge without questioning why. Governments invested in education to confer knowledge skills onto our children, and they established universities so that restless men and women of letters could busy themselves with …Read More

Data Interchange Flexibility

The Knowledge Sharing Push We are now seeing a global push towards knowledge sharing. This effort is prompted by many factors such as fostering innovation, getting product to market quicker, and improving organizational efficiency. It would seem logical to apply something in the order of quantum mechanics to help solve the knowledge sharing conundrum. While …Read More