GRC Tuesdays: Does the Super Bowl Need SOX?

Here we go again. Deflated footballs. A major compliance failure. Management deniability. Mysterious circumstances. Loss of public confidence. Blatant wrongdoing. A few years ago, the business world addressed this type of problem with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and the rigor of PCAOB Audit Standard 5. SOX is still around, of course, although we don’t hear […]

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GRC Tuesdays: Does the Super Bowl Need SOX?

Here we go again. Deflated footballs. A major compliance failure. Management deniability. Mysterious circumstances. Loss of public confidence. Blatant wrongdoing. A few years ago, the business world addressed this type of problem with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and the rigor of PCAOB Audit Standard 5. SOX is still around, of course, although we don’t hear […]

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GRC Tuesdays: Does the Super Bowl Need SOX?

Here we go again. Deflated footballs. A major compliance failure. Management deniability. Mysterious circumstances. Loss of public confidence. Blatant wrongdoing. A few years ago, the business world addressed this type of problem with the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) and the rigor of PCAOB Audit Standard 5. SOX is still around, of course, although we don’t hear […]

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know about BI Competency Centers – New Blog Series

As data grows and analytics tools continue to evolve, more and more business users are embracing analytics and evolving their analytics maturity. Analytics strategy workshops, delivered by me and other SAP analytics center of excellence colleagues, help customers gauge their level of business alignment and analytics capabilities and receive recommendations for areas of improvement. Two […]

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Five Tips for Building Analytic Talent in 2015

The New Year promises to bring a continuation of the growth of data available for businesses to tap to bolster the bottom line. Take, for example, International Data Corp (IDC) predictions for 2015, with the research firm noting that visual data discovery tools will grow 2.5 times faster than the rest of the Business Intelligence market. The […]

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Five Tips for Building Analytic Talent in 2015

The New Year promises to bring a continuation of the growth of data available for businesses to tap to bolster the bottom line. Take, for example, International Data Corp (IDC) predictions for 2015, with the research firm noting that visual data discovery tools will grow 2.5 times faster than the rest of the Business Intelligence market. The […]

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Five Tips for Building Analytic Talent in 2015

The New Year promises to bring a continuation of the growth of data available for businesses to tap to bolster the bottom line. Take, for example, International Data Corp (IDC) predictions for 2015, with the research firm noting that visual data discovery tools will grow 2.5 times faster than the rest of the Business Intelligence market. The […]

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19th Century Infographics and the Future of Big Data

A set of 19th-century charts detailing some of America’s most populous cities, state ratios of church accommodations and immigration rates was recently uncovered in the Library of Congress and meticulously restored to original condition using new digital techniques. Beyond the unique beauty of these data visualization precursors, however, there’s a lesson about the future of […]

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10 Mobile BI Strategy Questions: Technology Infrastructure

by Kaan Turnali, Global Senior Director, Enterprise Analytics, SAP When an organization is considering implementing a mobile BI strategy, it needs to ask/consider if its current information technology (IT) and business intelligence (BI) infrastructure can support mobile BI. It must determine if there are any gaps that need to be addressed prior to going live. When we think of […]

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Saving Fuel with Big Data

While most companies have an understandable desire to reduce fuel costs, shipping companies like UPS may be at the top of the list. According to UPS, a typical driver can make between 120 and 175 drop-offs per day. This creates a huge number of possible routes a driver can take. Finding the most efficient route […]

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