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Without BI, your AI is useless

Posted by Brad Watson on Jun 18, 2019 9:07:15 AM

Artificial intelligence (AI) may be at the center of most discussions these days, but without a solid data platform, AI technology won't have the proper foundation. Business intelligence tools organize data in a way that provides clear insights which you can use to make educated business decisions. When AI and BI work together, a company can rely on AI to use data (collected by BI) to make informed business decisions without the need for human interaction. However, without BI, your AI is useless. 

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Topics: Business Intelligence, Artificial Intelligence

5 Key Business Issues Solved With Power BI

Posted by Brad Watson on Jun 4, 2019 4:16:26 PM
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Topics: Power BI, Business Intelligence, Big Data, Advanced Analytics Group

Using IoT to Connect Cows, Doorbells and More

Posted by Mike Branstein on May 12, 2016 10:11:17 AM

In a world filled with an increasing number of Internet-connected devices, data is king. Thermostats (like the Nest) stream temperature and humidity information, door bells (like Ring) stream video, and we've even seen the Connected Cow that streams movement data

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Topics: IoT (Internet of Things), Azure, Business Intelligence, Custom App Development

Coming Soon to a Machine Near You, SQL Server 2016!

Posted by Jim Hodges on May 10, 2016 11:09:04 AM

When a software package has been around as long as Microsoft Windows™, Office™, or SQL Server™ (all dating to circa 1990), it seems to become harder and harder to add significant new features to such a mature product. Other than pivot and the ribbon, Office™ is virtually unchanged from the early days. Windows™ has taken more risk yielding successes as well as flops like Millennium™ and Vista™. But SQL Server™ just seems always to get better and better while maintaining continuity. The upcoming 2016 release (June 2016) is no exception.

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Topics: SQL Server, Microsoft, Business Intelligence