Take a look at this Bime dashboard comparing data about college rankings and tuition costs.
Environmentally friendly business intelligence - or Green BI - is kind of an ambiguous term. What does it mean? There are 2 main ways of approaching the topic of green BI - the physical environmental impact of implementing a BI solution - and using BI to analyze your footprint.
Here is part 2 of our Bime V2.5 Release series. To recap, here is part one: Bime V2.5 Release Part 1: Cloud Pack Format
Having recently stumbled across a post entitled "Traits of Next-Generation BI" by Dave Kellogg, a software technology executive with experience in the BI startup world, we though we'd take a look at each trait to see how Bime compares. Remember our principal driving force here at Bime HQ: Innovation. We were happy to read that Bime is already doing most of the things that Kellogg listed, which would make it a pretty cutting edge BI solution :)
We Are Cloud have contributed to a Trend Report published by focus.com - 2011 Trends Report: Business Intelligence. "The current economic environment is marked by more dangerous and frequent changes than in the past. It’s no wonder that more and more, businesses look to Business Intelligence (BI) software to identify and analyze business data to speed corporate responses to these changes. So, what changes are ahead for BI? In this guide, Focus Experts Bill Cabiro, David Crandall, Wayne Kernochan, Kirsty Lee, Clarice Lin and Shawn Rogers share their 2011 predictions for business intelligence." An extract from the report:
Deloitte’s annual Technology Trends report examines the ever-evolving landscape of technology put to business use. Although it is written from the perspective of the CIO, it also informs business executives on exciting new possibilities to apply technology to address their most pressing business challenges.
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We are very pleased to announce the release of Bime V2.5. It includes a lot of new features, including a major one: new compression schemes that will give you the ability to export more data inside Déjà Vu.It sounds geeky, but it is real game breaker and the good news is it is transparent for you, the user. Bime just runs faster while handling more data.
The explosions and nuclear fuel rods melting at Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant, following the Sendai earthquake and tsunami last week have sparked an interest in previous nuclear-related accidents. The Guardian Data Blog have once again provided us with some interesting data to visualize. We've taken some of their data collected about nuclear power plant accidents since 1952. (N.b. these are not ALL of the nuclear power plant accidents that have happened around the world since 1952, just a selection of them).