Inside IT: Broadening Access to Advanced Analytics in the Enterprise

April 29th, 2014 |
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IT Best Practices: Episode 74 – Traditionally, advanced analytics – the scientific process of finding insight in data – have been the domain of a few highly-trained data scientists in the organization. Intel is looking to change that. The company wants to extend at least some of the analytics done in the organization to the entire workforce. Asoka Diggs is an Enterprise Architect with Intel IT. In this podcast, Diggs looks at the challenges of the Intel’s “advanced analytics for everyone” approach, outlines the key components of the program, and explains it’s really about applying the scientific approach to business problems.


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