Posts by Ted Smalley Bowen:


Successful Visualization Projects Require Managing Cultural Changes

by   |   November 12, 2013   |   Leave a comment

Implementing visualization projects can bring organizational change, and cultural challenges that managers need to overcome. But the benefits of unlocking data that might previously have been slow in coming, not widely accessible, or not available at all generally outweigh the pushback and inertia, business analysts say. Read More…


7 Tips for Evaluating Data Visualization Software

by   |   July 19, 2013   |   1 Comment

The proliferation of relatively easy-to-use data visualization software means the tools are getting to the hands of more business users. But using these tools is not like adding instant lemon aid mix to water. Organizations considering visual analytics and data Read More…


Advances in Data Visualization Software Empower Business Users

by   |   July 19, 2013   |   2 Comments

The prospect is still enticing after years of promises—a constantly updated global view of your organization’s data, infinitely zoomable and sliceable and presented in visually compelling graphics. That ideal, whether invoked in the marketing of business intelligence dashboards or data Read More…


Using the Science of Perception to Visualize Network Security Data

by   |   May 30, 2013   |   Leave a comment

As Internet-based warfare heats up and computer networks become a more critical component of conventional military operations, the Pentagon is investing in improving cybersecurity analytics overall and visual analytics in particular. For security analysts, visual analytics tools represent a way Read More…