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Monthly Archives: February 2014

Government health care offices still plagued by address management

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Public health organizations have a clear need to pay close attention to matters of address management.

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Exploring the weaknesses of data analysis in education

Rachel Wheeler Archive
All the hype indicates that education data is moving forward at a ferocious pace.

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Data quality is missing link between big businesses and SMBs

Rachel Wheeler Archive
The economy has been in an uncertain place for the last half-decade, as consumers have found themselves with considerably less disposable income to spend, and as such, itÂ’s been a precarious climate for aspiring new small businesses.

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How companies embark on large-scale analytics initiatives

Rachel Wheeler Archive
If you were anticipating that the business world's reliance on "big data" might soon be exposed as a passing fad, you may be out of luck.

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Finding your place on the 'data quality bell curve'

Richard Jones Archive
There's a bell curve when it comes to data quality - there are low, average and high performers, and most companies fall into the "average" range on the spectrum.

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