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Crime data and how to use it

A resident of West Bridgford in Nottingham (who happens also to be a non-executive director of our company) sent us a message with a link. His message (about crime data) was "seen this?  Is it good?". This is what he referred to;  it's an initiative in Nottinghamshire...

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Part 2 – GDPR: A view from a data organisation

This is the second of two pieces based on the GDPR; the first, should be read first, and can be found here. The Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has published a simple document twelve steps to take now. There is also the much more detailed Guide to the General...

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Our very own meaning for Guided Data Discovery

We're unusual - in our market space we prefer the term ‘guided data discovery’. The majority of business intelligence platforms deploy the term ‘self-service analytics’. Putting my cards immediately on the table… I don’t think it’s possible for software to transform...

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Part 1: GDPR – A view from a data organisation

Firstly – don’t panic. You’ve probably heard that the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) can impose huge fines for breaches of the GDPR, but the ICO has published a simple document twelve steps to take now. There is also the much more detailed Guide to the General...

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Investing in Technology to Manage Knowledge

There is so much advice on how to manage your tech start-up that it’s a wonder that any fail. All of us who’ve been down this road have our own management peccadillos and one of mine (one of many, others would say) is that when faced with a choice whether to recruit a...

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Working with Hospice UK: The PopNAT Process

Hospice UK, the national charity for hospice care, wished to develop a tool that could help better understand local needs and identify gaps in the provision of service in the delivery of end of life care. This tool would become a population needs assessment tool, or...

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Part 2: The everyday challenges of working in a distributed team

In my previous blog post I discussed two key challenges when working in a distributed team. I thought it would be useful to follow this on into a second post, outlining a further 3 that I have experienced to be particularly dominant! But this isn't what we needed...?!...

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