Data as a Differentiator

Game, Set, and Match: What Wimbledon Teaches Us About Democratising Data

GDPR, The Right to Be Forgotten, and Data Management

What Is Progressive Data Management?

GDPR, Data Portability, and Data Management

What Do We Mean by 'Data Driven Business'?

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Andy McCartney | July 19, 2017

We just finished work on a new video that introduces data-driven business.  It is a trending term for sure, sometimes misunderstood, often misused. In our industry we see it as how organizations are trying to increase adoption of business intelligence (BI) and analytical insight to employees,...

UX in the Trenches: What Do We Want From Our Users?

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Jeff Hendrickson | July 18, 2017

What do we want from our users? Do we want things we can understand? Yes…and no. If we can create an atmosphere and spirit of trust with our user in the interview session - the beginning of everything in our user experience (UX) world - then we expect her, the user, to be honest and open - and tell...

How IoT and Big Data can help organizations achieve success

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Beth Adams | July 13, 2017

The Internet of Things, or IoT looks to be the wave of the future. It’s in your organization’s best interest to be in line with the trends that can they can capitalize on for growth. First, what is IoT? IoT comprises the physical devices and objects, as well as the electronics, software, sensors,...

Why I Came Back to Information Builders: Doug Archibald

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Doug Archibald | July 07, 2017

The opportunity to come back to Information Builders was very exciting to me. I’d greatly enjoyed my first stint here while serving as VP of the Central and West consulting areas. During that time, I learned about our great company, our passion for technology, our family culture, and our relentless...

Design Thinking and UX Immersive

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Jeff Hendrickson | July 05, 2017

Information Builders Summit has come and gone for another year and I was very proud and honored to be a part of it. This year we changed things up a bit.  Instead of me presenting my thoughts, ideas, and direction for using Design Thinking in an application design UX process, I taught it in...

Why I Came Back to Information Builders: Theresa Bonner

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Theresa Bonner | June 30, 2017

Once I’d departed Information Builders after my first stint, I went on to work at a large software company and experienced a different level of customer service and business flexibility. I ultimately felt it just wasn’t the right fit for me. Sometimes it takes leaving one environment for another to...

GDPR, The Right to Be Forgotten, and Data Management

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Jake Freivald | June 29, 2017

The EU's far-reaching General Data Protection Regulation is now less than eleven months from full implementation (May 25, 2018). The ticking from that clock is extremely loud. GDPR brings with it a host of responsibilities and liabilities -- some of which, fortunately, can be mitigated using good...