IT Solutions Blog

Using National Student Survey scores to improve student satisfaction

by Emily Schilling 15 September 2021

In 2020, the National Student Survey (NSS) was completed by 70% of final-year students across 407 higher education institutions. The student satisfaction score produced from the findings of this survey covers a range of academic areas, including receiving feedback from tutors, library facilities, personal development opportunities, and more.

Topics: data, data insights, higher-education, student journey

PowerApps - Creating a Simple App from Existing Dynamics 365 Data

by Adam Round 11 February 2019

Microsoft’s ‘PowerApps’ allows your organisation to innovate faster by creating simple, easy to use business apps with a point-and-click approach to app design. Long gone are the days of manually writing each line of code and spending hours of your precious time debugging, only to discover that one rogue ‘;’ was the cause of all your problems. So, put down your ‘Coding for Dummies’ book and take a look at what Microsoft’s PowerApps has to offer.

Topics: data, IT Architecture, Development, Microsoft Dynamics 365, Microsoft PowerApps

Microsoft Dynamics 365 AI for Sales – Relationship Assistant

by Adam Round 5 February 2019

As part of their heavy focus on developing Artificial Intelligence within their products and services, Microsoft has implemented a new suite of features called ‘Embedded Intelligence’. This new suite of features allows you to make the most out of your Dynamics 365 by continuously analysing crucial customer interaction data to help you choose the best path forward for your business; based on already existing data.

Topics: data, Artificial intelligence, AI, business intelligence, data insights, Microsoft Dynamics 365

Forget crypto, data is the new currency

by Simon Chave 16 March 2018

One thing that all companies have in common is an abundance of methods that generate data from IT applications, equipment, machinery and intelligent monitoring devices. What to do with such data, that is the real question.

Topics: data, business intelligence, data insights

What does EU General Data Protection Regulation mean for businesses?

by Mark Britton 20 March 2017

Much has been said be about the European General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) changes to the data protection act.

Uncertainty is rife among businesses about how this legislation will affect them in the short term, after it comes into force on 25 May 2018, and in the long term, after Britain leaves the EU.

In this article, we have tried to answer some FAQs about GDPR.

Topics: EU General Data Protection Regulation,, data