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Abdication of Responsibility... This is a term that has been circling in my head over the last few months. What it means is that despite a person's ability to perform their duty... they don’t. Unfortunately, we’ve been seeing an abdication of responsibility trend inside many organizations over the last few years. The story goes something…
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Snowflake Hands-on Workshop in Rochester

Join Snowflake and Intricity for this 3 hour workshop on June 26th at 8:30 am at Woodcliff Hotel and Spa. Snowflake is changing the way organizations perceive the limits of their data consumption. This new paradigm has many seeking to learn how this could be leveraged in their organizations. To that end, Snowflake and Intricity…
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Zero to Cloud Hands-On Workshop

How do you get analytics in the cloud? How do you move the data into the cloud? What are the mechanics of it all? The Zero to Cloud event resolves all those questions by stepping through the long and short game associated moving the data and presenting it. This event will be presented by Arkady…
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What is Low Code

For the last 20 years or so, organizations have bought complex applications to solve big business problems. These applications have driven everything from Sales all the way to Accounting. However, organizations are often forced to fit into the vendors box of described processes to adopt these applications. The alternative is an expensive customization effort. So…
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INTRICITY Opens a Visualization Store

INTRICITY is coming out with a big announcement today... We're pleased to open the INTRICITY Visualization Store. This is a store where INTRICITY will be selling the custom visualizations which our team builds. Our first two visualizations are for Looker customers. Customers can also opt to purchase support packs to aid in the deployment of…
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Cloud Data Streaming

The other day I was cleaning out some old CDs and equipment. I found a CD titled Napster. This brought back many memories of the early 2000s. I remember back then that when you had Napster running it would make everything else on the internet super slow. I even remember networks banning its use because…
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Data Lake VS Data Warehouse

I was recently listening to a clinical psychologist talk about the different kinds of people that run organizations. He described two traits, open-mindedness, and orderliness. People that run startups tend to be high in open-mindedness, but people that run  established organizations tend to be high in orderliness. As I was putting together my next video,…
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Snowflake Workshop on March 21st

Join Snowflake and Intricity for this 3 hour workshop on March 21st at 9:00AM at Millennium Hilton New York Downtown. Snowflake is changing the way organizations perceive the limits of their data consumption. This new paradigm has many seeking to learn how this could be leveraged in their organizations. To that end, Snowflake and Intricity…
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Data as Plastic…?

For almost 2 decades I’ve struggled to draw an analogy to the data management space. However, data is its own animal, it has unique quirks like the ability to be copied perfectly. And you can move data at speeds that draw no parallel to things we can observe in the physical world. So there really…
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Data Architecture Lessons from the 1700’s?

In the late-1700s there was an innovation which would change the world forever. This innovation came from the French Engineer & Lieutenant General Jean-Baptiste Gribeauval. He was charged with reforming the french military’s artillery. What he came up with was a standardized set of cannons and cannonballs. See up until that point cannons were not…
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