The New Frontier for Insurance in 2019
Drones and cloud apps and cybercrime, oh my! It’s safe to say that the U.S. insurance industry is at the cusp of significant evolution in the coming year. With new technologies, nimble competitors, and changing customer expectations, insurers are facing mounting pressure to adapt to the digital status quo—or risk falling behind.
Monetizing the data in your business
It is no exaggeration that data is the new form of currency today; it’s as much an asset as oil and gold are in today’s economy. It was only in the past decade that many companies realised the potential of right data as invaluable asset to organisation’s growth and performance. And ever since that, organizations have been formulating ways to fuel their business growth through data. Before we move on further, let’s understand how valuable data is for any business.
Predicting the Art-of-Data-Science
Data science, one of the hottest fields in tech today, has many dimensions and applications. As we all are familiar, in science, we can understand the features, behavior patterns and meaningful sights by formulating reusable and established formulas. Similarly, we can understand the behavior patterns, meaningful sights, through engineering and statistical methods from data as well. Hence, Data science can also be also viewed as Data + science, or the science of data.
Cloud or Data Center — Where’s the Best Place for Your Data?
Clients often ask us questions about whether it’s better to have a data center for a company’s digital assets or be in the cloud. Because a dedicated data center doesn’t have to be at a client location, it is easy to get confused about these concepts.
How Net Neutrality’s End Could Hit Your Business
With the repeal of net neutrality complete (for now, at least), companies of all sizes should be thinking seriously about the amount of mobile and internet data they are generating. Since data has always been essentially free, you likely never gave this any thought. But optimizing your company’s data output could pay benefits to the bottom line.
Top 5 Design Practices for Building Effective Dashboards
Modern Business Intelligence (BI) solutions such as Tableau and Qlik have brought vast levels of customization to the table. Yet, while most users appreciate the ability to design their own dashboards, the allure of convenience means that a majority of them still prefer that their dashboards be designed for them. Building a dashboard tuned to someone else’s preferences is thus a task that most data-driven organizations face. And while it isn’t the most simple task to achieve, the need behind the most effective dashboards remains the same: maximum information displayed on a single screen and the minimal amount of time.