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Best business intelligence articles, 10 - 17 November

Antivia's weekly list of the best business intelligence articles of the past week.

Even Boris Johnson is talking about data visualisation - here's why | Information Age

Print this page Email article With unprecedented amounts of information available, visualising data is vital to discovering patterns, unveiling trends and revealing unexpected insights. For public sector organisations like The Mayor's Office for Policing And Crime (MOPAC), visual analytics is an easy way to share meaningful information with a wide range of the public, quickly and clearly.

Enterprises Moving Big Data Workloads to Public Cloud

It's no secret that many IT professionals in large enterprises look down at public clouds - they don't consider them reliable, secure or safe. But that perception may be shifting, at least when it comes to big data workloads.

Data visualizations need to present conclusions rather than artistic masterpieces

I'm a fan of data visualizations, but most people are not. I like to experience data like an art lover experiences abstract art. I enjoy staring at artfully drafted data visualizations like Charles Joseph Minard's figurative map of the French army's successive losses during its Russian campaign of 1812 - 1813.

10 Bad Technology Decisions That Can Come Back To Haunt You

A bad strategic or tactical move can unleash an avalanche of negative effects on your organization, some lasting for years to come. Here are some of the worst of the worst - and a few suggestions on how to avoid them. 1: Locking in to the wrong technology Years ago, standardizing all IT around a ...

How big data and 'Internet of Things' is helping manufacturing sector

(While manufacturers realize...) By Satish N Jadhav, Director - IoT - Embedded Sales Group, Intel South Asia Big Data and the Internet of Things (IoT) is revolutionizing the world around us - from the medical care we receive to the way retailers market to us - but how is the manufacturing industry benefitting from it?

DecisionPoint™ for Excel - the route forward from Xcelsius

DecisionPoint for Excel re-kindles the spirit of Xcelsius for standalone Excel users, but is re-imagined for the mobile age. It allows you to take static Excel data and turn it into dynamic, interactive, mobile-app-like dashboards which can be delivered on the desktop, in portals or websites and on tablets – all standalone, without the need for server technology or IT involvement.