The accessibility blog contains short pieces of news and thoughts on accessibility and usability. Accessibility covers making all of ICT easier to use by people with disabilities and challenges and how to make peoples lives easier by the use of ICT. Deeper examination of product and supplier matters appear in Peter Abrahams publications and articles for Bloor Research.
If COVID is over, should we return to the old ways? A mutable company could manage this – but perhaps the new flexible working practices are more productive in some cases.
BEAM offers users with only a reasonable amount of training access to advanced analytics capability to undertake predictive, clustering and analytical functions
Using Safyr to support data catalogues is an idea that makes obvious sense.
Hub85 provides a non-intrusive solution for spreadsheets, based on the founder’s experiences of working in financial markets.
During our research on graph databases, one particular piece of open source software has come up repeatedly: GraphQL. But what is GraphQL, really? What are its benefits, and where did it come from? And can it really compete with REST?
The location field in electronic diaries has not changed in over 20 years. It is inadequate to support modern integrated apps and accessibility requirements. I was an early adopter of Personnel Digital Assistants (PDA). In 1997 I was working for…
SentryOne has acquired Pragmatic Works Software. This is unusually synergistic and non-overlapping.
Automating the refinement of production machine learning is a significant step in the maturing of this technology.
Developing data culture to get the most out of analytics.
Jennifer Roubaud is the VP for UK and Ireland of Dataiku, who market an enterprise analytics platform the Data Science Studio.