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The Highs (and lows) of Spring Break

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Author: Anand Pandya It’s Spring Break in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area.  Though my tireless efforts to try and get Spring Break to be a national holiday for everyone have been futile, running on about 15 years now, I’d say that there are a couple of positives to take from Spring Break.   1) Less traffic –

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I have a Windows Phone, and that’s okay.

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Author: Anand Pandya For the longest time, I used a Nokia phone (the same one everyone had), and then when smart phones hit, I switched over to a BlackBerry.  I loved my BlackBerry and thought there was nothing that would ever get me to switch.  I received an iPhone for work, and though I can

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What is “Self-Service BI”?

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Author: Anand Pandya The term “self-service” means a lot of things to a lot of people.  In the most generic of sense, it means what it says, to serve yourself – as in gas pumps, salad bars and soda machines.  You have the ability to control volumes, content and mixtures to fit what you need

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Feeling your way through social media

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Author: Anand Pandya Social media has been around for awhile. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube, FourSquare…the list goes on and on. For the most part, it’s been really centered around personal use but for the past year or so, the amount of companies that have entered the fray and really taken hold of social media has

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Is Excel a tool or just a crutch?

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Author: Anand Pandya Excel.  We all love it, right? It’s the little spreadsheet tool that went beyond simply providing a ease to accounting and finance calculations and turning into a full blown reporting and analytics mechanism for even the largest organizations.  But, how much do we rely on Excel to really “get the job done”

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