switch gear monitoring in nano scale.
visualize it with apple's faceshift, but make them cochlear haircells....see it in 3d with voxels...perhaps new understanding like retinal convolutional neural network? wags. use motion vector estimation and head tracking? to make bryan's new man happy? lol.
hong kong and uk......old taipan story. either way, 8x8 allows more flexibility in enterprise work. goooooo. china likes msft more than they like google. msft has big china government deal for w10...with 8x8, you don't have to choose msft or google.
like an otoacoustic emission test of cochlear hair cell function? would be interesting to visualize cochlear hair cell movement with sound stimulation...use the apple bought faceshift.......grids which could be changed to show haircell and their 3d movements? use voxel ...a new way to record sounds/music?
ibm cognos and watson. datacap(ture) .............now add the ge imaging network...ge is customer of 8x8.
all of the agilent type measuring devices...all of the internet of things.......and msft and google and samsung working with oracle.......apps of all types.
order numbers and info derived thereof............wags......
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goooo.........apple/sap/ibm ? oracle n and salesforce.......msft and power bi.........twain needed to get the unstructured data into the computing device...then has to process it.......what is ibm using? ploinks? lol. including pen input?
Integration with IBM Cognos BI
To help you gain deeper insight into analyzed content, you can generate reports that contain analysis statistics about content in Watson Content Analytics collections and view the reports with IBM® Cognos® Business Intelligence analytical tools. You can also export crawled documents, analyzed documents, or documents that match the query conditions directly to an IBM Cognos BI relational database.
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This Technote specifically relates to the scenario where the cause is that the administrator is logged onto Windows (on the Controller application server) using a Windows username which is not a member of either of the Cognos CAM security groups "Controller Users" or "Controller Administrators".