Before starting a project – before the code, before the designs and before the plans – there are four must-haves that ensure your digital transformation begins with solid foundations.
To take control over technology means first to understand it. Clear language is key. Yet, in English, the word ‘technology’ is clumsily defined. Our current definition does not recognize the key defining properties of the thing we are trying to define.
Who doesn’t want to get more from data? We spend a lot of time collecting it. Yet, outside of everyday duty’s very few organisations are able to extract strategic decision making value from the data they have kicking around. Here are five idea’s to help you get more for data.
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This is a little limerick I wrote about data. It a reflection of how I think about data whenever I’m designing or managing a project.
We live in an open world. Numerous Open Data movements have emerged and are now spreading into the mainstream. Where does the line of openness cross those of digital rights and if everything is open, where are the safe spaces in a digital world?
Big Data isn’t a temporary buzzword; it’s a reality that’s here to stay. The Big Data Maturity Model helps organisations to recognise and strategically grow their own capability towards data driven decision making.