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By Cliff Saran Photo Stories 08 May 2016


By Linda Endersby News 21 August 2015

GCSE statistics reveal computing candidates up 111%

CBI and Hitachi speak out as GCSE results spell good news for channel Continue Reading


By Brian McKenna News 29 May 2015

Arsenal to beat Aston Villa in FA Cup final, says statistical analysis

Arsenal will overcome Aston Villa to retain the FA Cup, according to analysis from business intelligence and analytics software firm Yellowfin Continue Reading


Videos 27 May 2015

Partnership with SAP powers NHL team statistics

In this video, the National Hockey League's director of digital business development discusses how the league used SAP HANA to greatly expand online NHL team statistics. Continue Reading


By Jawad Akhtar Answer 30 March 2015

How can Statistical Process Control prevent production disruptions?

The Statistical Process Control tool can help prevent disruptions to business processes by providing better visibility into various factors that affect logistics and supply chain functions. Continue Reading


By Warwick Ashford News 21 July 2016

Security industry welcomes cyber crime’s inclusion in official stats

The security industry welcomes the inclusion of cyber crime statistic in official crime reports to highlight the size and nature of the threat Continue Reading


By Cliff Saran News 18 August 2016

Australian 2016 census sabotage puts a question mark on private cloud

Industry experts question why the Australian Bureau of Statistics’ website for the 2016 census, which recently underwent a DDoS attack, was not run on public cloud Continue Reading


By Adrian Bridgwater Blog Post 14 August 2016

IBM Watson gets CognizeR extension

R is a free software environment for statistical computing and graphics. It compiles and runs on a wide variety of UNIX platforms, Windows and MacOS. Continue Reading


By Sharon Shea News 08 May 2015

Mobile malware statistics highlight unknown state of mobile threats

News roundup: Contradicting mobile malware statistics published this year prove the mobile malware debate is alive and well. Plus: SAP vulnerabilities; spam-sending Linux malware; criminal attacks leading ... Continue Reading


By Brian McKenna News 17 March 2016

Budget: Osborne pledges £10m for ONS data science hub

Chancellor of the Exchequer George Osborne endorses findings of Charles Bean report on upgrading government statistics and pledges £10m to new data science hub for the Office of National Statistics Continue Reading