Germany takes Russia's RT Deutsch off air within days of launch

DataFloq

Launched in 2005, at a time when many countries including Britain, France, Gulf states and Iran were beefing up their international public broadcasting operations, the state-owned RT is regarded by most Western governments as a propaganda outlet. By Miranda Murray and Alexander Marrow.

Exclusive-Toyota turns to Chinese tech to reach its electric holy grail

DataFloq

The sources said the breakthrough was chiefly down to BYD's less bulky lithium-iron-phosphate (LFP) Blade batteries and its lower-cost engineering know-how - a turning of the tables for a Chinese company whose popular F3 saloon was inspired by Toyota's Corolla back in 2005.

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Flush with pandemic profit success, South Korean travel firm Yanolja eyes rapid expansion

DataFloq

Founded as an online booking agency in 2005, Yanolja only launched its cloud business in 2019. By Joyce Lee.

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Move to Online Dashboards – 6 Things to remember before you choose a tool!

Analytics Vidhya

Introduction “PowerPoint will die in the next 5 years” – just something I heard from a senior way back in 2005. 15 years on, The post Move to Online Dashboards – 6 Things to remember before you choose a tool! appeared first on Analytics Vidhya. Beginner Data Visualization blogathon online dashboards

French court adviser favours Orange in $2.2 billion tax dispute

DataFloq

The litigation stems from the integration in 2005 of Orange's subsidiary Cogecom. By Mathieu Rosemain. PARIS (Reuters) - An adviser to France's top administrative court favoured telecoms firm Orange on Monday in a long-lasting $2.2

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I Am Done Using Visual Studio!

Paul Turley

Back in 2005, I used the Business Intelligence Development Studio (BIDS) Visual Studio add-in for SSIS, SSRS and SSAS projects to develop BI solutions with multidimensional cubes. for BI data model development.

How Big Data Is Transforming Environmental Sustainability

DataFloq

According to estimates from IBM, we have access to 300 times the amount of information that was available in 2005, only 14 years ago. Big data is the driving force behind the information revolution. With the rapid pace of innovation — accelerating with each passing year — this information will prove invaluable. Given the utility of big data, environmentalists have started to integrate these technologies to inform their initiatives.

People Analytics and Building a Remote Workforce

DataFloq

Since the launch of Google Analytics (soon to become Google Analytics 4 ) on November the 14th in 2005, analytics and data have steadily worked their way into nearly every business sector imaginable, revolutionizing the way we all work, and HR is no exception.

Innovation and the Channel

Nutanix

In 2005, my partner and I started a VMware consultancy. Our business plan was simple: Gain a national reputation for virtualization expertise, and then sell to a big solution provider wanting to acquire a VMware practice

Are Viewers Expecting a Story? Lightning Talk from the DATAcated Expo

Depict Data Studio

Defaults are for 2005. Never, ever keep the default settings. That was the overarching theme of my Lightning Talk at the DATAcated Expo, which was held virtually in October 2021. You’re not going to keep the ugly, outdated defaults. Great! But what should you do instead?

7 Ways to End Dead Digital Weight on Your Website with Analytics

Smart Data Collective

Google Analytics wasn’t launched until 2005. Businesses have been using websites to reach customers for nearly 30 years. The first websites predated modern analytics technology.

The Razor’s Edge, Episode 2: ‘The Great Resignation’

CIO Business Intelligence

He noted that he’s been working at home in some capacity since 2005. The Razor’s Edge is a podcast series that examines “IT Services for the New Way to Work,” produced by CIO.com in partnership with HP Inc.

#ClouderaLife Spotlight: Marque Blackman, Director of Global Workplace

Cloudera

As Steve Jobs put it in his famous 2005 Stanford commencement speech, “You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward.

Analyzing Data from Multiple Sources: The Key to More Powerful Insights

Sisense

When Measuremen CEO Vincent le Noble began the company in 2005, he wanted to help his clients make the best use of their workspaces. Simple datasets just won’t cut it anymore. To get truly powerful insights, you need to pull in data from multiple sources.

How Big Data has Redefined the Legal Industry

Smart Data Collective

The expression “big data” itself was coined in 2005, by technology expert, Roger Magoulas, to describe the variety of massive, complex data sets that could not be managed and processed with traditional data management tools.

GraphDB Users Ask: Is RDF-Star The Best Choice For Reification?

Ontotext

<< << << :a :hasSpouse :b >> :startYear “1999” >> :endYear “2005” >> :hasChild :c. << ONTOTEXT ANSWER: You probably saw our performance comparison on the topic and are wondering if more performant is always better.

Take a Visualization MasterClass with 'We Feel Fine'

Juice Analytics

Released in 2005, it continues to stand out as a monumental achievement in the breadth of its ambition and in the tiny details that make it a delight to experience. My first stop for data visualization inspiration is Jonathan Harris’ We Feel Fine.

BRIDGEi2i Ranked Among Fast 50 Tech Companies India – Deloitte 2020

bridgei2i

BRIDGEi2i is pleased to announce its inclusion in Deloitte’s Technology Fast 50 India 2020 study with a ranking of 37. Based primarily on the percentage revenue growth, BRIDGEi2i’s growth percentage has expanded to over 135% in the last three years.

Sankey Diagrams, Parallel Sets & Alluvial Diagrams… What’s the Difference?

The Data Visualisation Catalogue

Fabian Bendix, Robert Kosara, and Helwig Hauser first introduced Parallel Sets in 2005 in their paper Parallel Sets: Visual analysis of categorical data. For ages, the naming between Sankey Diagrams , Parallel Sets , and Alluvial Diagrams have been used interchangeably.

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How Will The Cloud Impact Data Warehousing Technologies?

Smart Data Collective

Thus, in 2005, the concept of big data was described by Gartner as the 3Vs of data; volume, velocity and variety.

Dynamic KPI Threshold in Tabular or Power Pivot

Ms SQL Girl

1 Jan 2005. 31 Dec 2005. Target value is $3,200,000 for the 1 Jan 2005 and 31 Dec 2005. I recently had an assignment to build a prototype for one of my clients, which involved in setting up KPIs. I then had a talk with a couple of people in my network to discuss how one could setup dynamic KPI thresholds. Narius Patel came up with a great idea of representing KPI status with image and using separate table to store the threshold values. Thanks Narius!)

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What Are the Most Important Steps to Protect Your Organization’s Data?

Smart Data Collective

Based on figures from Statista , the volume of data breaches increased from 2005 to 2008, then dropped in 2009 and rose again in 2010 until it dropped again in 2011. In the modern world of business, data is one of the most important resources for any organization trying to thrive.

Fourth straight 100 tackle season time Colin Wilson Authentic Jersey

BizAcuity

To find all players [link] born within a certain month and year, for example all players born in December of 1985, choose the month Cheap Jerseys Free Shipping and year with the drop down boxes and then choose the ‘Month and Year Search’ option.

What is TOGAF? An enterprise architecture methodology for business

CIO Business Intelligence

The Open Group took over TOGAF in 2005 and released TOGAF 8.1.1 TOGAF definition. The Open Group Architecture Framework (TOGAF) is an enterprise architecture methodology that offers a high-level framework for enterprise software development.

The 1 Question Leaders Should Ask Before Returning to the Office

Sirius Computer Solutions

We don’t question how we can ensure our staff is working or how our teams communicate because management and technology today are not the same as they were from 1980 to 2005. Are we moving back to the office? Nearly every executive has received this question in the last year.

How The Cloud Made ‘Data-Driven Culture’ Possible | Part 1

BizAcuity

2005: Microsoft passes internal memo to find solutions that could let users access their services through the internet. History and innovations in recent times. Cloud technology and innovation drives data-driven decision making culture in any organization.

Explore the Worlds of Startups and Science with AI Experience Worldwide Speakers Alexis Ohanian and Bill Nye

DataRobot

Alexis co-founded Reddit out of college, which was funded by Y Combinator in 2005 and sold to Conde Nast in 2006. AI Experience Worldwide , our free virtual conference, is just a few weeks away.

Three reasons the next downturn will be different.

Mark Raskino

Trade tariffs and more nationalistic political polices all over the globe are pushing in the opposite direction to the globalisation that caused Thomas Friedman to gush “The World is Flat” in his bestselling book of 2005. “The signals are everywhere” a corporate financial specialist said to me recently. Many people are concerned that a global economic downturn is on its way, or perhaps already in its early stages.

Experimenting to Win with Data

Sisense

Since 2005, Measuremen has helped its clients study and optimize facilities use. When deploying analytics for your company or your customers, you can feel stuck between the twin poles of “What data is available?” and “What do we want it for?”

Dynamic KPI Threshold in Tabular or Power Pivot

Ms SQL Girl

1 Jan 2005. 31 Dec 2005. Target value is $3,200,000 for the 1 Jan 2005 and 31 Dec 2005. I recently had an assignment to build a prototype for one of my clients, which involved in setting up KPIs. I then had a talk with a couple of people in my network to discuss how one could setup dynamic KPI thresholds. Narius Patel came up with a great idea of representing KPI status with image and using separate table to store the threshold values. Thanks Narius!)

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CIO Resume Makeover: How to write for your audience

CIO Business Intelligence

To cut the resume down, Van Vreede combined “work history prior to 2005 into an abbreviated Additional Experience section without listing dates.” One problem executives run into when crafting their resumes is that, with such storied careers, it can be difficult to keep concise.

7 Data-Driven Hacks to Create a Spectacular Video Marketing Campaign For 2021

Smart Data Collective

YouTube was launched in 2005, when big data was just a blip on the horizon. Big data is changing the future of video marketing forever. However, data analytics and AI have made video technology more versatile than ever.

What is ITIL? Your guide to the IT Infrastructure Library

CIO Business Intelligence

Over the years, ITIL’s credibility and utility became recognized, and in 2005 its practices contributed to and aligned with the ISO/IEC 20000 Service Management standard, the first international standard for IT service management; it is based on British standard BS15000. What is ITIL?

Customer Success: Earning Trust Through Partnership

Sisense

We wouldn’t still be in operation 15 years after our founding in a smoky startup office in 2005 without our relentless commitment to delivering the best for our clients and building on our past successes. Customer obsession is part of who we are.

Bridging the Gap Between Analytics Expectations and Reality

Sisense

Guy concludes: “Consider how, at the start of the dot-com era, if a company hadn’t got a domain and a website, they would have been out of business by 2005. Newly published research shows that companies aren’t getting the most out of their analytics.

Enterprise Performance Management: How It’s Evolved

Jedox

From our perspective, the technology needed to advance this field further caught up with existing ideas around 2005 when technology-enabled benefits prompted companies to move away from paper-based practices, ditch old DOS-based systems and embrace newer and more efficient technology.

Eurovision Data: Should Scandinavia Trust the Swedes?

Sisense

To celebrate 50 years of Eurovision in 2005, European televoters cast their ballots for the best Eurovision song of all time —and Waterloo took the prize. My grandfather was a man of few words. But on one particular issue, he had something to say and he expected you to listen. Never trust a Swede.”. Now, I know for a fact that Grandpa Tore didn’t care about international song competitions. He served in the Norwegian armed resistance and immigrated from Norway to America after WWII.

Streaming Market Data with Flink SQL Part II: Intraday Value-at-Risk

Cloudera

1] Dionne, Georges and Duchesne, Pierre and Pacurar, Maria, Intraday Value at Risk (Ivar) Using Tick-by-Tick Data with Application to the Toronto Stock Exchange (December 13, 2005).

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Building a Named Entity Recognition model using a BiLSTM-CRF network

Domino Data Lab

In this blog post we present the Named Entity Recognition problem and show how a BiLSTM-CRF model can be fitted using a freely available annotated corpus and Keras. The model achieves relatively high accuracy and all data and code is freely available in the article. What is Named Entity Recognition?

How Product Teams are Creating the Workplace of the Future

Sisense

The number of people who work from home has already increased by 170% since 2005. In The Future of Work , we explore how companies are transforming to stay competitive as global collaboration becomes vital.

Insight launches Security Fellows Program

Insight

Data breaches have been on the rise since 2005, exposing sensitive information from billions of users. A tuition-free, 7-week professional fellowship designed to be your bridge to a thriving career in security Insight is launching the Insight Security Fellows Program , a professional training fellowship to help systems engineers, software engineers, and data analysts transition into full-time careers as security engineers, data privacy engineers, and advanced security analysts.

Surprising Big Data Advances Unveil Opportunities With Remote Work

Smart Data Collective

He pointed out that the remote workforce increased by 115% between 2005 and 2015. Big data is changing the way that we live and work. There are a number of ways that big data technology has made the workforce more efficient and fragmented. A growing number of people are turning to remote work to make a living, which is making it easier for companies to reach a larger workplace around the globe. Big Data Creates Surprising Opportunities in the Remote Workforce.

New Thinking, Old Thinking and a Fairytale

Peter James Thomas

Computerworld – Gartner: Customer-service outsourcing often fails , Scarlet Pruitt, March 2005. Source: Google Trends. Of course it can be argued that you can use statistics (and Google Trends in particular) to prove anything [1] , but I found the above figures striking. The above chart compares monthly searches for Business Process Reengineering (including its arguable rebranding as Business Transformation ) and monthly searches for Data Science between 2004 and 2019.