Jessie Rudd is a technical business analyst at PBT Group, a position she has held since 2011. In this role, she is responsible for combining data analysis assignments and researching new technologies in this space. Rudd holds training in IT (computer management) and has been exposed to a number of industries over the past 10 years, including BI, financial services, retail, market research, as well as corporate functions such as call centres, human resources and IT. This broad experience allows her to grasp the complexity attached to converting data into intelligence. Rudd has a passion for investigating new technologies and making others aware of them, as well as finding the most efficient tools for successfully undertaking a required task.
Companies must expand the skillsets of information users, enabling them to use the data directly and putting self-service analytics tools at their fingertips.
With a multitude of industries using the various cloud solutions available today, let’s delve into which programming languages provide the most bang for their buck.
Data scientists should have experience in working with volumes of disparate data and an understanding of what a business truly needs from its data.
Data literacy is one of the most important skills to master, as all professionals across vocations need to be able to use data to make the best decisions.
Data has been used as a weapon of discrimination, and exploited to marginalise and trivialise far too many people for far too long.
Open data, data mining and in-depth data analysis could prove to be invaluable tools in the COVID-19 fight, and in the ones that may still come.
Once the biggest perceived disadvantages are considered and negated, there is no denying that cloud computing is the way of the future.
The biggest and possibly most unexpected advantages of having staff work from home is that productivity and work hours actually increase.
Technology, artificial intelligence and data science have become critical to helping humanity effectively deal with the coronavirus outbreak.
Beyond IOT, the consumer Internet of things will affect everyone, and make our lives easier.
Cobots will become the friendly face of workplace automation, actively designed and marketed as a partner that will work alongside us.