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The NSA will be attending our “Customizing a Kronos Report” webinar. Will you?

December 5, 2013

sift NSA dataOur National Security Agency is in the news again, this time for the revelation that they’re grabbing nearly 5 billion records a day on the location of cellphones around the world. This data theoretically allows the NSA to track people, and map their six degrees of separation to anyone. I emphasize theoretically because navigating this sea of cellphones has produced an estimated 27 terabytes of data, that’s more than 2X the text of all the books in the Library of Congress! For you keeping score at home, the LOC has more than 35 million books and other print materials on over 800 miles of bookshelves! How would you like to be the person that has to sift through all that data to produce meaningful reports? The NSA even acknowledges the program collects so much data, it is “outpacing our ability to ingest, process and store” it.

Fortunately, Kronos Workforce Central users typically don’t have terabytes of data to sift through, and they have the benefit of standard reports and workforce analytics to make sense of it. But what if they want to tweak a standard report? Well, we’ve got a webinar for that. On December 17th at 2 p.m. ET, Kronos Training Specialist Beth Ann Davis will present Customizing a Kronos Report to show you how to modify your existing Workforce Central reports to help give you even better insight into your workforce utilization and labor costs.

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Beth Ann is a great presenter, and I’m sure you’ll learn a few useful reporting tricks by attending. Just one thing though… Our NSA will probably know you attended. Yeah, creepy.

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