Masindi Mabogo
4:00
Feb 6, 2018

Cover your tracks

Your digital footprint is as clear an indication of your activities as your actual footprint; ensure you stay on the right path.

4:20
Oct 11, 2017

Data architecture goes agile

The best data architecture for agility includes a mix of on-premises and cloud physical data architecture.

4:00
Jul 7, 2017

The rise and fall of IOT

Will the Internet of things make an accelerated descent into the "Trough of Disillusionment"?

4:10
Mar 2, 2017

Intrinsic dark data

Unanalysed data attributes usually constitute the biggest portion of the total volume of used data.

4:20
Aug 31, 2016

Incentive assertiveness

Gamification is being used as a way to engage and motivate people to achieve their goals.

4:20
May 5, 2016

No strangers among self-service

It may come as a surprise that the need for self-service analytics has been around since the 1970s.

4:00
Feb 3, 2016

The golden key

Cloud business intelligence has the power to open doors for small to medium-sized companies.

4:10
Nov 6, 2015

The art of advanced analytics

Advanced analytics relies on sophisticated quantitative methods to produce insights traditional BI is unlikely to discover.

4:10

The business data lake

Companies use data lakes as a landing place to hold large volumes of data in their original form.

4:50

Tolerating budget deviations

There are a multitude of factors that can impact a business intelligence project's return on investment.

Masindi Mabogo
director at PBT Group.

Masindi Mabogo’s career started from humble beginnings, as a tutor, teaching Microsoft Word and Excel, before joining a division in Unisa as a researcher. Mabogo later moved to a call centre appointment at Fujitsu, supporting dial-up Internet connection, before joining a PBT Group Internship in 2006. Through perpetual commitment, dedication, determination and hard work, he grew through the ranks to become a principal BI consultant at PBT Group. After eight years with PBT Group, Mabogo was appointed as a director, a position he currently holds.