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The End of Innovation, The End of IT?

by Andrew White  |  June 1, 2017

I noted a fascinating "Comment" in today's US print edition of the Financial Times.  It was written by John Gapper, the FT Business writer, and is titled, "Chemicals were the...

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Three reasons why the Internet of Things (IOT) will dwarf Big Data

by Andrew White  |  June 1, 2015

I blogged the other day about how I believe IOT will dwarf Big Data.  Over the weekend I was thinking about this more and three reasons why I think this is...

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U.S. Productivity grew by more than 16% in the last quarter, up from 11% in previous (newspaper headlines, April 28, 2024)

by Andrew White  |  May 15, 2015

The newspaper article continues....”cost of living index down....standard of living up....Reduction in poverty....but income inequality appears to widen after 20 years of narrowing”. If ever you wanted a long bet,...

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Big Data Will Lead to Big False Positives – Lest You Take Account of Trust (or lack thereof)

by Andrew White  |  January 10, 2014

I was reading 'The signal and the noise' (Nate Silver, 2012) over the holidays and didn't really grasp the importance of a note I recently published called, ‘Big data governance...

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Does IT Matter? Oh Yes, And Here’s Why!

by Andrew White  |  November 14, 2013

In 2004 Nicolas Carr published, “Does IT Matter”.  It was a hit – and he knew it would be.  He described IT as a commodity and, despite the growing investment...

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