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Workforce Culture: Examining Wellness with Analytics

Analytics into workforce communication patterns can reveal trends in employee wellness

Concerns over employee mental and physical well-being have been a trending conversation as we all continue navigating the blurred professional and personal lines that come with remote work. While the discourse at […]

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File Analysis Series: File Management

The importance of managing files for data control and enterprise insights

When it comes to enterprise data, it is easy to fixate on the ones and zeros; however, the vast majority of data—upwards of 90%—is unstructured, human-created information. Despite the large percentage of […]

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Survey: Blurring Lines between Professional and Personal

Employee opinions on work life balance, employee monitoring, and personal data

Employees are increasingly using work devices for personal use As large portions of the workforce continue operating from home to reduce the spread of COVID-19, the boundaries between professional and personal spheres […]

File Analysis: Use Analytics to Play Your Files Like Moneyball

“Does he get on base?” “Moneyball” is a movie I can’t stop watching. It’s one of those where I sit down to watch just one scene and then end up watching the […]

Data Analytics in-house

Data Analytics In-House

No need for data scientists. Your team will do.

What’s worse? Not knowing you have something or having something you don’t know how to use? Either way, we’re seeing lost opportunities. This logic holds true for anything from a simple kitchen […]

Big data alone doesn’t guarantee analytics success

The Numbers Game

Big data alone doesn’t guarantee analytics success

Despite working at an information governance company, the term “big data” is still somewhat elusive to me. Conceptually, I’m there; big data refers to extremely large sets of data which are often […]