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SharePoint 2013 eDiscovery and My Sites URL Source Error

By Judy Lancaster – Stonebridge ECM Architect – MCTS Overview: eDiscovery helps litigators and records managers discover content. If configured, you can provide queries and exports of any content you have crawled with your SharePoint...
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SharePoint Solutions for Oil and Gas: Moving Beyond Hierarchical File Structures in SharePoint Libraries

Recently I was working on a variety of software and data projects for a client – a large independent operator with substantial US onshore assets – when I received a call from one of their...
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Setting and Managing Capital Budgets in 2015: Now’s the Time for AFE Process Optimization

With the drop in oil prices, many of our oil and gas clients are understandably reexamining their capital budgets for 2015. While establishing the capital budget defines the plan for the year, individual drilling projects...
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Should metric reporting be part of your oil and gas data management strategy?

The short answer is “yes”. When you consider why you should consider metric reporting as an important part of your oil and gas data management strategy, the answer is simple: Data management is hard. There...
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Spotfire graphical tables for oil and gas production trends

NOTE: Stonebridge Consulting helps oil and gas companies use Spotfire to improve their operational analysis. Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you. Recently I was tasked with a Spotfire development...
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$60 per Barrel?! Now is The Time to Improve Your Delta!

82% of crude and oil condensates in the United States have a break-even price of $60 or lower1. Companies can maximize their delta – the gap between break-even and sales price – by either increasing the...
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Oil and Gas Software Selection: Whose Solution Do You Adopt Post-Acquisition?

In today’s North America shale revolution, oil and gas companies are buying assets to expand their footprint in certain plays. For continuity of operations during the transition phase, companies typically find it least disruptive to...
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Geospatial Analysis 101: A Place and Time for Business Data

While geospatial analysis is a relatively new concept in business intelligence, its essential concepts are really not novel at all. It is simply analysis of data which has a geographical aspect. The data itself can...
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Self-Service Business Intelligence: What’s New?

Self-Service Everything Over the last five or ten years it seems like everywhere I turn innovations in technology and a desire by corporations to manage the bottom line have conspired to “empower” me to serve...
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