Articles by tag: data analysis

Revolutionize Data Analysis: Embrace Median Metrics for Clearer Insights

median metrics

In the latest episode of Benchmarks Symposium, hosted by Vodori, Annalise Ludtke, the Senior Manager of Marketing and Communications at Vodori, and Jesse Horrell, the VP of Customer Success, embark on an in-depth discussion about the pivotal role of median metrics in enhancing the quality of data analysis presented in Vodori’s 2023 Benchmarks Report….

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Building Management
Polygon’s Unique Approach: Beyond Data Collection to Engineered Solutions with ExactAire

Jon Pattrin, Operations Manager at ExactAire, sheds light on Polygon’s unique approach to data collection and analysis. Instead of just handing over data, they analyze it with their clients, offering tailored engineered solutions for their specific needs, be it in plant buildings or offices. These solutions could range from introducing smart controllers for efficient…

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Quantitative Data Analysis Can Help Avoid Water Risks in Construction Projects and Save Money

The intersection of engineering, technology, and real-world challenges in the construction industry is often overlooked, yet it bears profound impact on project costs and overall efficiency. Advanced solutions such as predictive analytics, data visualization and remote sensing are no longer just industry jargon. In fact, they’re pivotal tools addressing critical issues such as water…

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Business Services
Finding the Intersection Between Data, Technology, and Sports

Data science and analytics play an ever-increasing and critical role in sports creating an intersection between data and sports. From making some sports safer, to understanding the performance and tactics of opposing teams, and individual player analysis and scouting, there’s hardly an area of sports today that doesn’t intersect in some way with technology…

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The Marriage of AI and Edge Computing is Changing How and Where Work Gets Done

Key Points: The rise of edge computing is the result of data becoming more valuable and available. Increased compute power and the massive amounts of data being collected mean AI can offer solutions across a broad range of industries and applications. Ongoing data collection is the key to realizing AI’s potential. Commentary: The intersection…

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How Is the Security Screening Landscape Evolving to Meet New Expectations?

Reopening any organization during a pandemic is complicated. Doing this task at an aquarium and a hotel is even more complex because of the logistics behind the job. Both facilities attract large crowds, and they must take special care to make sure customers stay safe. Webinar host Neil Sandhoff, VP of North America, Evolv Technology,…

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Engineering & Construction
The Pandemic’s Impact on B2B Selling

Buying and selling changed dramatically in the last year, accelerated by the pandemic, forcing both parties to use digital channels. Back to discuss COVID-19’s influence on global selling, Christoph Schell, Chief Commercial Officer at HP, talked with Calvary TV host Joe Gemma. The second conversation focuses on eCommerce, social selling, omnichannel and other paradigm shifts. Schell…

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Construction of the HPC Data Center is Prime Destination for AI Progression
May 17, 2024

As digital infrastructure continues to evolve, the strategic development of data centers is crucial. A recent update from Applied Digital celebrates the progress of the company’s HPC Data Center in Ellendale, North Dakota, positioning it as a pivotal player in the advancement of AI technologies. Highlighted in this special video is the HPC Data…

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Nick Phillips of Applied Digital talks community engagement
Community Engagement is Key for Companies Aiming to Support and Impact Local Communities
May 17, 2024

Corporate responsibility is under the microscope but Applied Digital readily stands out for its positive impact on local communities. As part of the broader discussion on community engagement and economic development, there are several things companies can do to contribute to local prosperity. For a special episode for Applied Digital, Nick Phillips, EVP of…

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Ellendale HPC Datacenter
Ellendale HPC Datacenter
May 17, 2024

The shell of our groundbreaking Ellendale HPC Datacenter is nearly complete! With each panel and beam, we’re closer to launching a hub with unmatched AI capabilities, designed for high-density computing. Watch as we shape the future of AI infrastructure

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Sunstone Partners’ 2024 planning and strategy
Sunstone Partners Offsite 2024
May 17, 2024

Sunstone Partners’ 2024 planning and strategy meeting was held offsite in Calistoga, CA this year.  During the event the team bonded in fun activities like wine making and fantastic meals.  On the business side, there was reflection on the significant accomplishments of the team for the year, as well as focusing on upcoming goals…

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Project-Based Learning Improves Student Performance Significantly
February 24, 2021

Students in project-based learning (PBL) classrooms across the United States significantly outperform students in typical classrooms, according to four studies released today by Lucas Education Research, a division of the George Lucas Educational Foundation (GLEF), along with researchers from five major universities. In the first study ever reported on project-based learning and Advanced Placement results, research scientists at the Center for Economic…

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Digital Threshold Live: Data and Simulation Are Rebuilding the World
February 3, 2021

Bilal Zuberi, Partner at Lux Capital, has heard a lot of ideas. What separates him from most is how quickly he’s able to separate the truly great and innovative ideas from those trailing a step behind the true leaders. Zuberi said people are always asking him what’s next, and the answer is that, while he’s…

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Alternative Data For Insurance Purposes May Be The Answer
October 21, 2020

Pulling Motor Vehicle Records has become a time-consuming and costly process for many insurance providers. Fortunately for insurance companies, said Eric Waldinger, Samba Safety’s CMO on a podcast with Tyler Kern, what is often needed is a quick thumbs up or thumbs down, something that can be achieved through alternative data methods like Samba’s…

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Pearson Study—There’s No Unplugging from Online Learning
August 10, 2020

Pearson today released the results of its second Global Learner Survey, an annual study capturing the voice of learners worldwide. The findings show learners believe there is little likelihood of ever returning to the pre-COVID world of fully in-person work and learning, with more than 75% saying the pandemic has fundamentally changed education as we…

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There Are Two Sides To Every Data Point
August 5, 2020

The coronavirus has introduced a new normal, one characterized by working from home and watching the stock market with fear and curiosity. On this episode of “Diving into Data,” TC Riley analyzes the numbers surrounding these two prevailing socio-economic topics today. The data is in and it isn’t so clear cut. Statistics prove that remote…

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Planning a Safe Reopening with Visitor Management & Access Control
July 1, 2020

On this episode of ClearTalk, a CTSI podcast, host Tyler Kern was joined by CTSI Vice President Ron Pusey and Health Care Account Executive Mark Thompson for a look at the reopening of the world’s businesses – and what that means for security, surveillance and access control. The most critical thing leaders can do…

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Beyond the Numbers: COVID-19 Happened – Where Did Your Data Go?
June 3, 2020

In the wake of the spread of the novel coronavirus and the COVID-19 pandemic it brought about, the world’s businesses and operations are attempting to engineer a return to what’s likely to be a new global normal. However, in the midst of this uncertain period, what’s happened to data? On this episode of Beyond the…

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Exploring Cecilia Chung, Hawaii’s Epic Teacher of the Year: What School Could Be in Hawai’i
December 4, 2019

This is an episode from Josh Reppun’s “What School Could Be in Hawai’i,” a podcast on the people, technology and methodologies pushing the mantle of education in the 50th state. This episode features an interview with Cecilia Chung, Hawaii’s 2020 State Department of Education Teacher of the Year. In this fifth on-the-road episode, Cecilia Chung…

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Create Better Digital Signage By Blending Data with Design
November 22, 2019

Designing today’s digital signage is more than thinking about filling the screen. It’s about the how and why of the information and data being presented. (And actually, don’t fill the screen. White space is your friend.) Today on the Pro AV Podcast, host Shelby Skrhak sat down with digital designer Rich Archer for a…

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