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Wearable Medical Devices – And All That Data They Bring!

Wearable Medical Devices – And All That Data They Bring!

When I got my first fitness tracker, a smart wearable device that was easy to strap on my wrist during my workout and walks, I felt like the ultimate tech geek. It could track my heart rate, count my steps, measure calories burnt and event monitor my sleep patterns....

Analytics Are Making Us Smarter About Outbreaks

Analytics Are Making Us Smarter About Outbreaks

In 2014 Liberia’s hospitals were overflowing with people infected by the deadly Ebola virus, and there were sick people lying on the ground outside hospitals, writhing in pain. Their only hope of getting treatment was if someone else died first, freeing up a bed. By...

IoT Analytics: Telling It Inside Out / Building The Complete Picture

IoT Analytics: Telling It Inside Out / Building The Complete Picture

At an estimated USD 3.9 Tn Industry 4.0 is being seen as the domain with the most to gain from the Internet of Things (IoT). Manufacturing firms world over are using IoT to improve operational efficiencies, to automate and to innovate to discover additional sources of...

Why you should evaluate platform-driven Data Analytics?

Why you should evaluate platform-driven Data Analytics?

A few days back, we asked this question on LinkedIn. What does having a great Data Analytics Platform mean? Confidence in accessing and using the right data from a single source, without worrying about systems, formats, protocols, and security. Flexibility to build...

Data Gravity: Are you maximizing the opportunity?

Data Gravity: Are you maximizing the opportunity?

In the world of Data and Analytics, the term Data Gravity is now almost a decade old. The question is how well you are recognizing the opportunity and trying to maximize it. For starters, Data Gravity refers to what happens when we move to a Data First philosophy –...

Who says SMBs don’t need or cannot afford Data Analytics?

Who says SMBs don’t need or cannot afford Data Analytics?

A question often debated when it comes to Big Data is ‘whether small and medium businesses (SMBs) need to invest in Data Analytics? Moreover, does it give enough ROI? Some commentators on technology believe that Big Data is for big enterprises; the analytics and...

Changes in Risk Management for BFSI companies demands rapid action

Changes in Risk Management for BFSI companies demands rapid action

Chris Skinner, author of books like Digital Bank and ValueWeb, says – Now we’re seeing what I call ‘the complete open sourcing of financial services’ through apps, APIs and analytics. So the front office relationship is in an app. The middle office processing is...

Empirical decision making for business excellence

Empirical decision making for business excellence

In Sales, Marketing and Business Development – as well as business strategy in general – taking decisions based on data (hard facts as it has been referred to in an earlier era) is not something new. In a HBR story, Kristina McElheran and Erik Brynjolfsson opine that...

Your Technology, Analytics and Marketing teams are not alone!

Your Technology, Analytics and Marketing teams are not alone!

Every other sector of the economy perceives data as the magic potion – a super value resource, which when used smartly will deliver that winning edge. Over the last decade, some of the key technology investments organizations made have been in the area of ‘Big Data.’...

Is your traditional ETL process up for data-driven decision making?

Is your traditional ETL process up for data-driven decision making?

Did you know that the trigger for developing business intelligence systems goes back to the early Cold War era? In his seminal article, “A Business Intelligence System” (1958), Hans Peter Luhn of IBM described business intelligence as “an automatic system…developed to...