As a kid, my first brush with computers was through a Pentium desktop with a mouse and a keyboard. I am still most comfortable using a mouse and a keyboard for doing my
A recent Gartner report confirmed that only around 30% of employees in organizations are using Business Intelligence. For CIO's, it’s a disheartening statistic as costs for creating BI reports are anywhere in
Dusty books, reference departments filled with countless volumes dating back to the earliest days of published works, and rickety microfiche machines for which parts are no longer made. This is yesterday’s library
Throughout its history, the library has evolved to meet the changing needs of its constituents. With the rise of computers and the Internet in the late 20th century, books were pushed aside to
It’s interesting to know that the semantics of an individual's language in an organization vastly differs according to his or her function. Many stakeholders have access to central information systems in an
Many organizations are plagued with poor data quality while using outdated, inconsistent, and flawed data from multiple data sources, as simple as having five different names for a same customer. This eats into
On 4th of July 2017, the American Independence day, military service members or veterans of the US military were in for a pleasant surprise when they called U.S Bank's customer service department.
Many a time in business review meetings, the senior management leave their staff tongue-tied by posing questions for which they do not have ready answers. In fact, a lot of review meetings lead