The last couple of years have been spent talking about the big new technology possibilities in the analytics market that hold out the promise of making decades of best practice obsolete. Now it’s time to put those technologies into action
If you’ve just unveiled your new incentive plan, you have one more thing you have to do: work out what bad behaviors could result and put in place analytics designed to alert your managers whenever that bad behavior is detected.
This is a handy and cynical guide to seven different definitions of Big Data. The one thing that everybody does agree on? It’s a big deal.
SAP’s Steve Lucas claims that this is a “fascinating time for analytics” — because of the increasingly connected world.
What are the big changes in the analytics industry? How are organizations using analytics to change the way they do business? This presentation at the “Gurus of BI” event in Oslo covers this and much more.
During SAPPHIRE NOW in Orlando, the analytics team issued a “fitness challenge,” asking people to record their activity with a device such as a Fitbit or Jawbone Up — here are the results, using SAP Lumira
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