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2016 New Year’s Resolutions – The Stats

The New Year has arrived, and with January 1st comes the obligatory New Year’s Resolutions.  Almost 50 percent of adults consistently make these resolutions, according to Statistics Brain Research Institute.  Which is surprising considering that statistically we are more likely to fail than succeed.  Yet human perseverance prevails each year as people vow to change

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12 Days of Data Quality

12 Days of Data Quality The holidays are finally here.  They always seem so far away and then, as the days grow short and temperatures fall, they tend to jump out at us in a surprise attack like a kid in a spooky costume on Halloween.  And once they are here, if you blink, they

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Remembering the helpIT Legacy

Last Friday was the 65th anniversary of the first successful execution of the world’s first software program and it was great to see the occasion marked by a post and specially commissioned video on Google’s official blog, complete with an interview earlier this month with my father, Geoff Tootill. The Manchester Small-Scale Experimental Machine (SSEM), nicknamed

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Click & Collect – How To Do It Successfully?

In the UK this Christmas, the most successful retailers have been those that sell online but allow collection by the shopper – in fact, these companies have represented a large proportion of the retailers that had a good festive season. One innovation has been the rise of online retailers paying convenience stores to take delivery

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Data Quality and Gender Bending

We have all heard the story about the man who was sent a mailing for an expectant mother. Obviously this exposed the organization sending it to a good deal of ridicule, but there are plenty of more subtle examples of incorrect targeting based on getting the gender wrong. Today I was amused to get another

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