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Eric Kavanagh

Industrial Cloud Computing Is Here

The cloud made its first presence known in the 1990s, but that was a long time ago, and far far away in terms of functionality. Companies like AOL, Excite and Yahoo! all offered basic services like email, and groups. Today, the power of cloud computing is genuinely mind-blowing. What do industrial-strength cloud service providers offer? …Read More

Eric Kavanagh

Business Automation 3.0 – The Power of Artificial Intelligence

A common storyline in the news these days warns of Artificial Intelligence taking jobs away from hard-working people. A more realistic take is that AI increasingly augments professional activities. From sales and marketing to operations and even accounting, AI algorithms are tackling a variety of tasks, from mundane “administrivia” to the more compelling function of …Read More

Eric Kavanagh

Fast and Flexible: Interactive BI Has Arrived

Many organizations weigh the benefits and risks of data lakes versus data warehouses. The former can be vast but slow, while the latter require great effort to achieve desired speed. But these solutions are no longer mutually exclusive. A new kind of supercharged information architecture can deliver the best of both worlds, enabling the richness …Read More

Adam White

Training Day: Machine Learning Enables the New Possible

The scalable compute power of the cloud has placed Machine Learning in the spotlight of what’s now possible with Big Data. The evolution of cloud computing — with readily accessible and ever-increasing pools of resources such seemingly endless affordable cloud storage — has opened the door to new possibilities that would have been impossible both …Read More

Fast and Flexible: Interactive Business Intelligence Arrives

Many organizations weigh the benefits and risks of data lakes versus data warehouses. The former can be vast but slow, while the latter requires great effort to achieve the desired speed. But these solutions are no longer mutually exclusive. A new kind of supercharged information architecture can deliver the best of both worlds, enabling the ...