Posts tagged opportunities
Without Things, There is No Analytics of Things (AoT)

One of the biggest hurdles faced in trying to purse the AoT is actually just a new iteration of a common, recurring problem that has vexed analytics professionals for years. Namely, we can’t analyze anything related to IoT until the infrastructure investment is made to create, acquire, and make available the data necessary for analysis.

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Thinking Out Loud By Tom Vol. 2

In the last several months I’ve been subjecting much of the world to my spoken thoughts on analytics. I’ve been to Europe (twice), Brazil (twice), Mexico, Argentina, Hong Kong, Chile, Canada, and various places in the US. One thing that has struck me as I travel around and talk to different companies is the incredible geographic variation in analytical approaches within the same company. You find some impressive analytical work going on at corporate headquarters, and then you discover that it’s not present outside the home country—or sometimes it’s vice-versa.

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