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    Existing analytics approaches meet point needs for specific roles within an organisation. However, how analysis is carried out, and the roles of people who will be carrying out the analysis, will need to adapt dynamically to meet the organisation’s changing needs. The analysis of a blend of multiple different data sources will help to add distinct business value to an organisation. This report will be of interest to those tasked with ensuring that a suitable data management and analysis platform is implemented within their organisation to provide a strategic, flexible, long-term analytics platform.

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    The Land Registry has been automating the way changes are made to its register which documents the ownership of land in England and Wales

  • The internet of things: Britain's next big opportunity

    Tech City's Gerard Grech talks about the IoT phenomenon and a startup competition that is intended to accelerate technologies

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  • NHS Spine infrastructure transition successful, says HSCIC

    The infrastructure behind the critical NHS Spine platform has been replaced by The Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC)

  • CIO Interview: Hugh Fahy, CIO, Net-A-Porter

    Net-A-Porter CIO, Hugh Fahy talks about how his in-house 300-strong IT team are experimenting with agile ways of working

  • Citizens call for electronic GP medical records

    The majority of UK citizens want an electronic record of their GP medical data to be accessible by healthcare professionals

  • House of Fraser rolls out beacon-enabled mannequins in Aberdeen

    House of Fraser is rolling out beacon-enabled mannequins that will allow the store to engage directly with shoppers or passers-by

  • Technology simplifies big data for the human brain

    Researchers have created an immersive way for the brain to digest big data

  • Accenture Technology Vision 2014

    The Accenture Technology Vision 2014 identifies six technology trends that are enabling large enterprises to push the boundaries of innovation and take advantage of digital technologies for competitive advantage. Leading enterprises are pursuing digital strategies that leverage mobility, analytics, and cloud to improve business processes, take advantage of real-time intelligence, expand the boundaries of traditional workforces, and transform the way data is managed and used.

  • Analytics exploration – today and tomorrow

    Existing analytics approaches meet point needs for specific roles within an organisation. However, how analysis is carried out, and the roles of people who will be carrying out the analysis, will need to adapt dynamically to meet the organisation’s changing needs. The analysis of a blend of multiple different data sources will help to add distinct business value to an organisation. This report will be of interest to those tasked with ensuring that a suitable data management and analysis platform is implemented within their organisation to provide a strategic, flexible, long-term analytics platform.

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