Could Ebenezer Scrooge be on your board, comfortable with lagging income statement and balance sheet measures, or are you taking advantage of the latest advances in big data to sense changes to your business environment in real time?
SAP’s Steve Lucas and Timo Elliott discuss what Big Data is, why you should care, and unveil SAP’s Big Data Processing Framework
Interview with Jorge Garcia of TEC on BI past, present, and future.
My presentations from the recent Innovation by SAP tour of the Nordics, covering Business in the Moment and Big Data
I’m in the Baltics this week (Estonia, Lithuania, Latvia), presenting a business innovation keynote and big data track session as part of the SAP Innovation Forum.
The real trend this year is not the technology. It’s about helping business people make better decisions, and actually change the way companies do business — here are some concrete examples of companies that are using the new analytics to make a difference.
Here are some quick thoughts about what I thought was interesting / different about the Gartner BI Summit 2012 compared to previous years.
Digital photography transformed an industry by eliminating obsolete layers. In-memory analytics will do the same.
Traditional enterprise data warehousing and Hadoop/Big Data are like apples and oranges. Is there room for both? How will these two very different approaches co-exist in the future?