Every business should consider these options when building a mature data strategy. We’ve compiled the most important info about all three for your consideration.
Check out Tableau's options for easily finding interesting data points and focusing on specific results.
Learn the basics of how to explore and analyze data in Tableau.
Learn how to get your data loaded into Tableau so you can begin searching for valuable insights.
Digital transformation is at the core of keeping a business competitive. Relying on the old formula of people, processes and technology alone doesn’t work. Organizations must now embrace the fourth pillar of digital transformation—data.
Learn the first thing you should ask any potential data integration services partner to find out if they’re equipped to address all aspects of data integration.
In this guide, you’ll find core information about data integration that any business user should understand before planning a data integration project.
Now that you’ve spent some time with visualizations, the most important step is sharing with your team. Power BI offers several customizable ways to share and collaborate on your reports.
You’ve got your sources loaded and have started building visuals and exploring your data in Microsoft Power BI. Now it’s time to take your data analysis to the next level and start looking at your data with fresh perspectives.
Have you run across data-related terms that weren’t clearly defined? Do you want to understand more about the key components to building a data strategy? In this post, we’re focusing on Master Data Management (MDM).
Learn how to use Microsoft Power BI's variety of data visualization options to share powerful data insights with your team.
It’s important to understand the various types of data analytics so you can identify where you are on your journey to data literacy and analytics empowerment.
Around the Onebridge office, we have a lot of love for tools like Power BI because they allow businesses to use their data as an asset, and that’s what we’re all about. Stick around for a moment and let us give you a short introduction into the power of this tool.
Lack of data literacy is a huge roadblock to success for today's organizations. Begin building your data literacy with this Data Analaytics 101 post: what is data analytics, and why should you care?
Having company data but no way to dissect and understand it is just words and numbers jumbled on a screen or piece of paper. Well-planned dashboards are created in an effort to quickly and effectively understand data. The key phrase here is well-planned.
Consulting firms charge $250 per hour to tell you what you already know, stating what you should do, and then they hope that because they confirmed your suspicions of replacing the 40-year-old-COBOL system that you’ll buy the execution as well.
Knowing how to put the SLA, KPI, CSF puzzle together helps IT gain credibility and promote value in partnerships between IT and the business we serve.
In “Behind the Scenes Part 1: Your Organization’s IT Governance & Service Management,” we discussed gaps in IT governance and how it can negatively affect companies. There are several ways to measure the effectiveness of your IT governance, but there is no one size fits all tactic.
Good IT governance isn’t about checking boxes or finding someone to point fingers at when something goes wrong. It takes an organizational culture shift where everyone knows what it is, why it is important, their role in it, and how they help or hinder good governance.
With data analytics playing a larger role in business performance each year, the ability to visualize results has become a useful skill for anyone looking to share the results of their work or anticipate future outcomes.