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FDA Guidance on Thermal Devices for COVID19

FDA Guidance on Thermal Devices for COVID19

The Food and Drug Administration recently provided guidance to businesses on the use of Thermal cameras to reduce COVID19 outbreaks at the workplace.  The the Health, Safety, Environment Solution (HSES) from our partner Hitachi-Vantara can help detect employees with possible COVID-19 symptoms.  Process people quickly and safely in high traffic areas.  Click here to learn more.

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Returning to Work in the Post Quarantine World

Returning to Work in the Post Quarantine World

A COVID19 outbreak at work? No one wants that to happen. As we get back to work, the spread of COVID19 will continue to be a risk. For exempt essential businesses, COVID19 has resulted in loss of life, shut downs, and disinfection costs like the hotpots below: Everyone is looking for ways to avoid[…] Read More
Turn Your Big Data into Smart Data with Augmented Analytics

Turn Your Big Data into Smart Data with Augmented Analytics

Machine learning and artificial intelligence make big data analytics possible by automating the fundamental task of identifying patterns in large amounts of data. However, for the most part, human engagement and interactions have been necessary both at the beginning of the process, to prepare data for analysis, and on the back end to apply analytic insights to real-world business conditions.[…]

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Insurance companies are embracing analytics to reduce risk

Insurance companies are embracing analytics to reduce risk

Collecting relevant data and analyzing it to identify both potential risks and opportunities is nothing new to insurance companies. In fact, insurance actuaries been early adopters of the most cutting-edge statistical analysis tools available since insurers were first writing policies on cargo transported by sailing ships and trade caravans. It was those early efforts in analytics that enabled[…]

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Reliable Software Tech Talk on Data Analytics

Data is information collected in a prescribed manner for use as a reference or analysis. Raw data is collected and properly disseminated to create a definite set of information related to a particular topic. Once created, data can be used as a building block for creating new insights through Analytics. These are different types of Data Analytics:

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