Tag Archives: utilities

That (Amster)damn utilities data…

September 27, 2017

European Utility Week returns to Amsterdam in early October – a great place for Teradata, given the local affection for the colour orange and how well it fits our branding! As we prepare to take the stage, and present our vision of asset and customer data in Amsterdam once more, I have been reflecting on… Read More »

Are there relics in your data management?

September 6, 2017

I’ve been thinking a lot recently about remnants in language — speech patterns and phrases we still use long after we have forgotten their original purpose. (You guessed it: my studies on the formation and change of human language are still going strong.) We repeat the same phrases without any real understanding of their original… Read More »

Maybe you can’t machine learn everything – but does that mean you shouldn’t try?

July 10, 2017

  I just got back from the EAGE, the 79th annual European conference and exhibition for Geoscience and Engineering. But what I actually want to tell you about is what I did on the weekend before the conference started. A few of us from Teradata joined a slightly more recent tradition – the Subsurface Hackathon… Read More »