Articles Tagged: data analytics

Mining the “gemba” from big data – the answers are simpler than you think

“People who can’t understand numbers are useless. The gemba* where numbers are not visible is also bad. However, people who only look at the numbers are the worst of all.”… Read more »

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Couple Manages Work Life Balance Working Together

When Danny Byrd, a marketing analyst for Schneider Electric in Raleigh, North Carolina, began his career, he didn’t even know what marketing analytics was. After graduating from  North Carolina State… Read more »

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How DCIM Fits in Every Data Center

In any walk of life, you don’t want to take a sledge hammer to crack a nut, or as my colleagues in some parts of Europe say, shoot sparrows with… Read more »

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Kicking Kafka out of Data Center Operations

My colleague tells me that he was at a conference in Europe and the speaker was relating how his company had been undertaking this big overhaul of its systems. It… Read more »

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Forming a Strategy to Deal with Big Data from the Internet of Things

When personal computers first came out they had no internal storage. The operating system was on a floppy disc that you needed to load; it was called a boot disk…. Read more »

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5 Interview Questions for Your Next Building Software Vendor

I concluded my last blog post by detailing the benefits a managed software as a service (MSaaS) solution delivers to facility managers. To quickly reiterate, MSaaS combines software as a service… Read more »

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Digitalization Helping Colos Meet the Challenges of Technology

The colocation market is in something of a state of flux as increased demand for outsourced services is producing two effects: Firstly, the growing market size is now being addressed… Read more »

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A Practical Guide to Building Analytics for Facility Managers

As mentioned in my first blog post in this series, best-in-class data analytics complement your building management system (BMS) dashboards. They take a critical next step by interpreting the data… Read more »

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4 Options to Consider When Incorporating Building Analytics into Your Facility

Facility Managers… I bet that you’re familiar with this old adage: do more with less. Shrinking budgets and demand on limited resources make it difficult to keep up with the… Read more »

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Survey Documents How DCIM Helps Companies Solve Data Center Challenges – and Save Real Money

The majority of data center professionals choose Data Center Infrastructure Management (DCIM) software to improve visibility, management and capacity planning and to identify problems that threaten availability. And results from… Read more »

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Ready for the DCIM Cloud?

I was recently at CeBIT in Hannover, one of the leading IT events in EMEA (have a look at the infographic here http://www.cebit.de/en/news-trends/after-show-report/our-performance-in-figures/). If you’ve never been, it’s an immense show… Read more »

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Moneyball & Managing Big Energy Data

While watching the World Series recently, I was truly amazed at the amount and speed of information made available to the broadcasters and the fans. And yet, part of me… Read more »

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How can you leverage “big data” for energy savings?

Energy efficiency has been in the spotlight for decades, particularly in regard to buildings, which today account for 42% of the world’s energy use.  Facility managers rely on building management… Read more »

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Forming a Strategy to Deal with Big Data from the Internet of Things

When personal computers first came out they had no internal storage. The operating system was on a floppy disc that you needed to load; it was called a boot disk…. Read more »

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Save up to 20% on building maintenance and energy costs with the right strategy

Building owners invest significant resources in environmental and building control systems—for most, that means one-third of the operations budget, almost as much they spend on energy. The question is, where… Read more »

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15 Energy Data Management Resolutions for 2015

Three weeks into the new year and there’s no shortage of articles on resolutions. Here, here, here and here are just a few interesting ones, though most of these are geared toward… Read more »

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Energy Data Maximizing The Power Of The Cloud

Internet connectivity and cloud computing have significantly changed what is expected of a traditional smart building system. The application of analytics to the vast quantities of “big data” that can… Read more »

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Digitalization Helping Colos Meet the Challenges of Technology

The colocation market is in something of a state of flux as increased demand for outsourced services is producing two effects: Firstly, the growing market size is now being addressed… Read more »

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How DCIM Fits in Every Data Center

In any walk of life, you don’t want to take a sledge hammer to crack a nut, or as my colleagues in some parts of Europe say, shoot sparrows with… Read more »

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Share More to Get More; Game Changing Collaboration

I’m sorry if I bored you with this kind of analogy before, but I am a cyclist and we tend to be a bit evangelical about our sport. You might… Read more »

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Universities studying up on building data analytics

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, the nation’s higher education institutions spend $14 billion annually on energy consumption—an expense that continues to rise while their budgets shrink. Universities are… Read more »

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A Practical Guide to Building Analytics for Facility Managers

As mentioned in my first blog post in this series, best-in-class data analytics complement your building management system (BMS) dashboards. They take a critical next step by interpreting the data… Read more »

1 Comment

Save up to 20% on building maintenance and energy costs with the right strategy

Building owners invest significant resources in environmental and building control systems—for most, that means one-third of the operations budget, almost as much they spend on energy. The question is, where… Read more »

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Share More to Get More; Game Changing Collaboration

I’m sorry if I bored you with this kind of analogy before, but I am a cyclist and we tend to be a bit evangelical about our sport. You might… Read more »

1 Comment

Digitalization Helping Colos Meet the Challenges of Technology

The colocation market is in something of a state of flux as increased demand for outsourced services is producing two effects: Firstly, the growing market size is now being addressed… Read more »

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How can you leverage “big data” for energy savings?

Energy efficiency has been in the spotlight for decades, particularly in regard to buildings, which today account for 42% of the world’s energy use.  Facility managers rely on building management… Read more »

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Moneyball & Managing Big Energy Data

While watching the World Series recently, I was truly amazed at the amount and speed of information made available to the broadcasters and the fans. And yet, part of me… Read more »

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How DCIM Fits in Every Data Center

In any walk of life, you don’t want to take a sledge hammer to crack a nut, or as my colleagues in some parts of Europe say, shoot sparrows with… Read more »

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Kicking Kafka out of Data Center Operations

My colleague tells me that he was at a conference in Europe and the speaker was relating how his company had been undertaking this big overhaul of its systems. It… Read more »

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15 Energy Data Management Resolutions for 2015

Three weeks into the new year and there’s no shortage of articles on resolutions. Here, here, here and here are just a few interesting ones, though most of these are geared toward… Read more »

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