In this view of data strategy, defensive activities are centered on minimizing risk and include activities like regulatory compliance, detecting fraud, preventing theft, and insuring the accuracy of the data. Meanwhile, the offensive activities are most often customer-focused and include data analysis and modeling to inform customer retention or acquisition strategies and support financial decisions.
Data is a critical element of just about any type of business today, yet so many businesses treat data management as a secondary concern. It may be possible to manage and run a business without good data management, however, we find that managing a business is a lot easier if data is properly collected, stored and used.
The small and midsized manufacturers we work with understand the need to update their manufacturing and supply chain processes. Our clients are pressed for resources, especially time. needed to make sweeping changes to take full advantage of newly affordable manufacturing technology.
Triple Helix employees Jason Bittner and Will Bussey met with students from Sunset Ridge Middle School in East Hartford on Tuesday as part of Triple Helix’s Free Range Kids initiative. Presentations were made to groups of boys and girls and included topics such as coding in Scratch and Python, 3D printing and Raspberry Pi. Interactive [...]
Raw data is of little value to a business, until it is turned into information. Information isn’t much more valuable, until it used to enable knowledge. Then you have something to really useful to work with, to differentiate from your competitors, to operate smartly and profitably.
Triple Helix To Lead Roundtable On Securing Critical Data at CT Tooling & Machining Association Meeting
On Tuesday, January 9th at 6:00 PM at J. Timothy’s (143 New Britain Ave, Plainville), the CT Tooling & Machining Association will hold roundtable discussions that cover a variety of issues impacting manufacturers. Triple Helix will lead a discussion on managing and securing critical data. The title of the roundtable is “Securing Your Critical Data: [...]
Industry 4.0 -- Automated processes that are real-time integrated through continual data exchange between machines, applications and businesses. “Smart” factories are born from this, together with a transition from manufacturing just products to creating valuable services tied to those products.
Employees commonly circumvent an ERP system by using Excel or other tools. Manufacturers should understand the main reasons this happens in order to mitigate what amounts to risky workarounds.
On October 25th at the Metro Center in Hartford, Triple Helix will join ADNET Technologies, CONNSTEP and the CT Procurement Technical Assistance Center in a panel discussion titled “Cyber-Futility: Attempting to Protect Poorly Managed Data”.
Technical debt is a common term within IT circles but largely unheard of outside IT. This shouldn’t be the case. Accumulating too much technical debt has become a significant corporate risk that warrants senior management attention.