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Building Control Systems: Continuous Commissioning

On Episode 78 of The Edge of Innovation, we’re talking with Dan Frasier, co-founder of Cornerstone Commissioning Inc., about building control systems and continuous commissioning.

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Ed Alexander – Website Content Development and Segmentation

Today on the Edge of Innovation, we are talking with Ed Alexander, founder of Fan Foundry, about developing your Website Content as well as content segmentation and publishing.

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The Edge of Innovation: Big Data (Episode 3)

This episode of “The Edge of Innovation” is about Big Data. The Edge of Innovation is produced in partnership with SaviorLabs.

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Sections

Introduction to Big Data
Metadata and Targeted Ads
User Advantages of Understanding Big Data
Business Applications

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Unstructured Data and Textual Analytics – A Must to Do That Organizations Can’t Ignore

Share the Wealth…The amount of unstructured data that piles up in an organization makes it highly difficult for managing, thus leading to storage issues, compliance costs, and escalating corporate risks. Frequently, I’ve found organizing the data into analyzable information that can be utilized for business intelligence is restricted by elements like overheads, resources, and time. According to Gartner analysts, the amount of unstructured information is predicted to go over 800 percent in about 5 years from now. With proper textual analytics, an unstructured text can be changed into a structured and more understandable data. I think that sums up on the vital nature of this analytics in managing unstructured information and their key roles in the running of an organization. Manipulating Unstructured Business Data Looking to Get …

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Unstructured Data and Textual Analytics – A Must to Do That Organizations Can’t Ignore

Solve 80% of Your Problems With Pareto Analysis

It was 1906. Italian economist Vilfredo Pareto, in the course of researching his ideas, made an interesting observation. 80% of the land in Italy, he discovered, was owned by just 20% of the people. Exploring this relationship in other countries, he found that the situation was the same all over Europe. Over time, he became aware that this 80/20 split was not limited to landowners—or even to human affairs. In fact, he found, 20% of the pea pods in his garden produced 80% of the peas he harvested! Forty years after Pareto published his ideas, business theorist Joseph Juran stumbled across the 80/20 rule, and wondered if it could be applied to business situations. Could it be that 80% of business problems were generated by just 20% of the …

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Solve 80% of Your Problems With Pareto Analysis

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