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How The Data Scientist restricts outcomes from Big Data and Analytics

Clearly the Data Scientist is the hottest job in the market. According the Harvard Business Review it is the hottest job of the 21st century http://hbr.org/2012/10/data-scientist-the-sexiest-job-of-the-21st-century/.  capioIT has written about the need for multi-dimensional skills in the Data Scientist –  … Continue reading

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capioIT turns Three – Someday we’ll look back on this and it will all seem funny*

When one absorbs research highlighting that nearly 50% of small businesses fail within three years it is with great excitement and humility that we celebrate the third birthday of capioIT today. Not surprisingly the last three years have been the … Continue reading

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IBM GMU – Managing growth in diversity

In September 2013, IBM reignited their Analysts Insight event in Singapore to highlight investments in the IBM Growth Markets Unit or GMU. For those who are unawares, the IBM GMU contains most of the growth countries of the global economy. … Continue reading

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IBM BI and Analytics – The Challenge of $17 Billion of Acquisitions (part 2/2)

  IBM recently held an analyst briefing in Toronto, Canada for leading industry analysts covering the BI, Analytics and Big Data Market. Part 1 of the capioIT review of the event is here – http://wp.me/p15cZf-88. It focused on the positive … Continue reading

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IBM BI and Analytics – Realising the benefit of $17 Billion of Acquisitions (part 1/2)

IBM recently held an analyst briefing in Toronto, Canada for leading industry analysts covering the BI, Analytics and Big Data Market. I was fortunate to be the only analyst from emerging markets (Asia Pacific, Africa, Latin America) to attend the … Continue reading

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capioIT view on Open Source BI in Australia

Thanks to @trevclarke and @ITPro some insight from capioIT into the lack of adoption of Open Source BI in Australia. http://www.smh.com.au/it-pro/business-it/software-aids-exprisoners-reintegration-20130603-2nm1f.html  

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Visualization for Analytics will be driven by the consumerization of IT

Alongside predictive analytics, visualization, particularly for mobility, is the hottest investment focus and offering expansion for analytics providers. Making content more visually usable and friendly to a range of users and user skill levels is essential. “voice activated analytics visualization” … Continue reading

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