At the Toronto Zoo, employees not only compile and analyze data about 450 animal species, but they must also share their findings with partners around the world.
This is no small task, but using #Office365, employees have migrated from pen and paper charting and tracking to cloud-based collaboration. This move has made them more agile and revolutionized their work.
What about you? Have you made the move? At 2M Corp, we can help. Contact us to find out how. #WhyCloud Continue reading Customer story: Toronto Zoo
In theory, it’s always ideal to running the most up-to-date version of a software. But in practice? That’s where things can get tricky. When your software lives on your computer, it can be difficult to time essential updates to avoid disrupting workday productivity. But without them, you run the risk of a system breakdown in a moment that matters.
By moving your business processes to the cloud, updates to software happen behind the scenes, on our end, so that you can rest easy knowing your system is up-to-date with the latest innovations each day when you come into work.
Contact us to learn how moving to the cloud can mean never missing another update. Continue reading Kelly Roofing – Taking Business to the Next Level with Microsoft Dynamics
In order to continuously provide value to their oil and gas customers, SitePro needed a system that was quick for them to implement and truly offered the benefits of a digital oil field by providing up-to-the-minute data to their customers.
That’s why SitePro switched to Azure, whose multiple capabilities work together to provide a stable, accessible, and scalable platform from which to run their turnkey application.
Curious about which Azure offerings could be out there ready to enhance your business? At 2M Corp, we want to help you find out. Contact us to learn more. Continue reading Customer Story: SitePro – part 3
Still on the 2016 Integrated Household Survey (IHS). This week’s post provides analysis on distance to nearest school by district for each educational level (Primary, Junior and Secondary). The post also provides analysis on the distance to the nearest school by Father’s level of education. That is looking at the effect of father’s education on … Continue reading Distance to nearest school, by district for each education level.
This week’s post is on urban-rural transfers in The Gambia. The data used in this post is from the 2016 Integrated Household Survey (IHS) collected by The Gambia Bureau of Statistics (GBoS). The post concentrates on only transfers within The Gambia excluding transfers from abroad and transfers within the same village or town. The transfer … Continue reading Urban Rural Transfers
This week’s post dives further into the 2016 Integrated Household Survey (IHS) collected by GBoS. This post concentrates on crime and crime perception of household members in a community. The questions that we want to answer in this post are; In which district is the crime rate highly prevalent? What are the characteristics of households … Continue reading Crime and Perception of Crime
This week we thought it would be nice to have some change by putting aside the Integrated Household Survey of 2016 and looking at the recently available Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey 6 (MICS6), collected by GBoS and funded by UNICEF. This week, we want to take a look at a hypothesis we have regarding the … Continue reading Hollowing out of Households
This week’s post is an adjustment on our previous post on rainfall analysis in The Gambia. This post utilizes daily rainfall data collected from 11 weather station between 1st January 1973 to 25th August 2019 in The Gambia and this data was obtained from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) website. The number of weather … Continue reading Rainfall Analysis in The Gambia between 1973 to 2019 Part 2
Migration has been an important topic of discussion in politics and economics. During the last decade, the number of people leaving their home countries trying to reach Europe through irregular migration has increased; especially in Sub-Saharan Africa. This is the case for The Gambia, the smallest country within mainland Africa, located on the West part … Continue reading External Migration in The Gambia: A short overview
This week’s post is on rainfall analysis using data from weather stations in The Gambia between 1984 and 2014. The data used is collected from 14 weather stations in The Gambia and these stations are found in different regions. Data was not available for the Kanifing and Kuntaur LGAs because of the unavailability of a … Continue reading Rainfall Analysis in The Gambia between 1984 and 2014