Category Archives: Business intelligence

Data-driven and intelligent healthcare processes improve patient outcomes while making the IT increasingly invisible

A discussion on how healthcare providers employ new breeds of intelligent digital workspace technologies to improve doctor and patient experiences, make technology easier to use, and assist in bringing actionable knowledge resources to the integrated healthcare environment. Continue reading

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Want to manage your total cloud costs better? Emphasize the ‘Ops’ in DevOps, says Futurum analyst Daniel Newman

Learn ways a managed and orchestrated cloud lifecycle culture should be sought across enterprise IT organizations. Continue reading

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Price transparency in healthcare to regain patient trust requires accuracy via better use of technology

A discussion on how new transparency on costs in healthcare provides both a step toward more educated choices as well as an opportunity to use technology to inform and instruct throughout increasingly complex payer-provider-patient processes. Continue reading

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Where the rubber meets the road: How users see the IT4IT standard building competitive business advantage

A discussion on how the IT4IT Reference Architecture for IT management works in many ways for many types of organizations and the demonstrated business benefits that are being realized as a result. Sponsor: The Open Group. Continue reading

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How the data science profession is growing in value and impact across the business world

A discussion on how the role of the data scientist in the enterprise is expanding in both importance and influence that warrants a new level of business analysis professional certification. Continue reading

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Manufacturer gains advantage by expanding IoT footprint from many machines to many insights

A discussion on how a Canadian maker of containers leverages the Internet of Things to create a positive cycle of insights and applied learning. Continue reading

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How global HCM provider ADP mines an ocean of employee data for improved talent management

It’s fascinating because Dr. Goh’s example pertains to talent management, too. Everyone that we work with in the HCM space is looking to gain an advantage when it comes to finding, keeping, and retaining their best talent. Continue reading

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