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Here, we present a selection of case studies and other downloadable material about INSYS projects, methodologies and results.

Featured Case Studies

Financial Regulation W Implementation
INSYS helped a global financial leader implement an enterprise-wide Regulation W program of policies and infrastructure, to monitor covered transactions across 200 million accounts in more than 160 countries and jurisdictions. Learn more.

Healthcare Data Lake Implementation
The client wanted to develop a comprehensive, innovative, intelligent data platform that could monitor and load streaming feeds from hundreds of data sources. It came to INSYS because of our expertise in data warehousing and business intelligence. Learn more.

Pharma Digital Marketing
Some companies have yet to unlock the potential of digital marketing as a tool for extending their market reach. INSYS Group helped a global pharmaceutical company deploy a broad portfolio of websites and associated campaigns. Learn more.

Telco Hadoop Integration
INSYS was engaged to integrate mobile usage data in a Hadoop processing system, which required the development of large-scale processes involving millions of records per month, as well as Unix OS programming with scripting and tools. Learn more.

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White Papers & Solution Briefs

The Analytics Journey: Planning for Predictive Analytics
Many companies seek to gain competitive advantage by continuously evaluating empirical data to identify and act on specific behavior patterns and events. They use this ability to make predictions about the future, looking for innovation in unexpected places. Learn more.

INSYS Telect Managed Power Solution
Faced with the need to increase efficiency as well as effectiveness, IT departments have recognized the benefits of selecting a data center co-location (co-lo) provider for their mission critical equipment. Learn more.

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INDUSTRY NEWS BLOG

Technology news and analysis from around the Web.

W2 Phishing Scams

Thursday, March 16, 2017

The tax season in the US doesn’t end until April 18, but phishing attacks have already compromised some 120,000 taxpayers, putting them at risk for identity fraud. Phishers can cause a great deal of damage, using large amounts of stolen data to commit various crimes. You can read more here.

Microsoft Teams

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Microsoft is rolling out Teams, a chat-based collaboration app, to business users of Office 365. It will integrate with other Microsoft apps like OneDrive, Word and Excel, and is being positioned as the missing link to complete the “universal toolkit” of the MS Office suite. You can read more here.

Guarding Against Mobile Threats

Tuesday, March 14, 2017

Mobile devices have transformed the way we do business, letting employees work from virtually anywhere. But according to a new Forrester report, workers are purchasing and using whatever devices they like and thereby changing the risk profile for the enterprise. You can read more here.

A Game-Changer for Retail?

Monday, March 13, 2017

The pilot “Amazon Go” project may prompt a major shakeup in the retail shopping experience. Shoppers use an app to enter the store, select what they want from the shelves, and leave without waiting for a checkout. Purchases are charged to their Amazon account. You can read more here.

Overconfidence in Big Data?

Friday, March 10, 2017

A recent survey of big data professionals reveals a clear reality gap. Data teams are highly confident in their ability to complete their big data initiatives and convinced that the demand for analytics will continue to grow. But few have delivered on the promise. You can read more here.

An Affordable Smart Home

Thursday, March 9, 2017

Alphabet’s Nest division is reportedly working on less expensive versions of its various smart home products, such as the Nest learning thermostat and security camera. Making such devices more affordable is considered a key enabler for this young but promising marketplace. You can read more here.