To Like or Not To Like

Media outlets such as newspapers, radio and television have long offered their readers and listeners a mostly uni-directional

First Do No Harm

Solving the climate crisis with big data and blockchain

People, People, Everywhere

We’ve often heard it said by many a CEO, that people (and data nowadays) are an organisation’s greatest asset.

Join The Battle

The internet as we know it is a vast interconnected sea of computers that hold almost the entire sum of human knowledge.

Introducing Emma

The natural vegetation that grows around Cape Town, South Africa

The Terrorist Shopper

At Ixio Analytics, we’ve been thinking a lot recently about how we help organizations have meaningful conversations wth their customers.

The Joy of Code

In his writing, Wordsworth was at pains to avoid what was termed

Wear The Chain

interactions between people have required a measure of trust.

Sowing the Seed

At Ixio Analytics, we believe that it is only by sharing knowledge that we expand the boundaries of our craft and demonstrate the art of the

The Machine That Made Mistakes

Some of you might have watched or read about last month’s big money fight in Las Vegas between Connor McGregor and Floyd Mayweather

Asking For Directions

Despite the immense gains that women have made in education and the workforce since the 1950’s, there are still very few women in STEM field

The Self-Actualised Datum

Articles and opinion about the definition of data science flood the digital airwaves. Is data analytics the same as data science?

Beware of the Cult

The intelligent use of data has become a competitive advantage for companies in all industries.

Mind Your Language

The musical Hamilton, currently playing on Broadway, re-enacts the 1804 duel in which the former Secretary of the Treasury, Alexander Hamilt