by Andrew White | June 30, 2020
Click here for an interactive PDF to connect to the notes directly. Ankush Jain’s new note, Cost Optimization Is Crucial for Modern Data Management Programs, entered the charts last week right in at “number 1” spot. It was our most read data and analytics research last week, excluding branded content such as Magic Quadrants. Enjoy!
by Andrew White | June 29, 2020
Back in April as the Covid-19 reset was winding itself around the global economy I asked in a blog if your company had stashed enough cash away. I asked this question as several threads had converged in my head and has been triggered by an article in the Economist: Firms that enter an economic downturn […]
by Andrew White | June 26, 2020
Frank Buytendijk’s new note, Tie Your Data and Analytics Initiatives to Stakeholders and Their Business Goals, published a couple of weeks ago, just moved up the charts and was our most-read piece of research across D&A excluding branded notes such as Magic Quadrants. This is Frank’s second “number 1” this year. Enjoy!
by Andrew White | June 16, 2020
Rita Sallam’s new note, Top 10 Trends in Data and Analytics, 2020, has just gone back to “number 1” spot! It was our most read piece of research across data and analytics excluding all our branded work. Enjoy!
by Andrew White | June 9, 2020
Click here for an interactive PDF to connect to the notes directly on gartner.com. Donna Medeiros new note, a special report on Use Data and Analytics to Lead Your Business During and After the COVID-19 Crisis, published last week and went straight into the “number 1” spot! It was our most-read research piece across all of […]
by Andrew White | June 3, 2020
Rita Sallam‘s new note, Top 10 Trends in Data and Analytics, 2020, moved back up the chart last week and was our most-read note across Data and Analytics ignoring branded notes such as Magic Quadrants. This note was “number 1” three weeks ago too so it is proving to be a mega-hit! Enjoy!
by Andrew White | June 2, 2020
I saw two news articles today that emphasizes the role of data in our world. Both explore various public policy initiatives – one proposing a tax on data that would contribute to the monetization of data; the other on the regulation of AI algorithms to help explain their outputs. A Tax on Data Could Fix […]
New Data &Analytics Webinar: Use Data Ethics to Overcome COVID-19’s “No Win” Data Use Choices June 17th
by Andrew White | June 1, 2020
Use Data Ethics to Overcome COVID-19’s “No Win” Data Use Choices Discussion topics: What good data ethics look like and why it’s not outcome determinative Apply data ethics when COVID-19 data collection and use dilemmas present “no win” situations Use data ethics to make tough data sharing decisions while advancing business value resiliency
by Andrew White | May 28, 2020
A perfect article landed in my lap Saturday morning that highlighted the fallacy so many people make in the belief of being data-driven. Too often I will be on a client inquiry or meeting a conference attendees (during the last economy, not this one!) and their assumptions would be laid out in front of me: […]
by Andrew White | May 28, 2020
Frank Buytendijk scored his first 2020 top 20 “hit” of most-read D&A research excluding our branded research last week. Check out his note: Complete your Data and Analytics Strategy with a Clear Value Proposition. Enjoy!