40 years of conventional analytic is being overturned, with in-memory technology that allows analytic and operational processing on the same system.
Forget about “business intelligence” vs “business analytics”: newcomer “big data” seems to be winning the war of the words…
Famously cold-hearted, tight-fisted and greedy, it’s a fair bet Scrooge didn’t care much about sentiment analysis. But it is one of the most powerful new “big data” options available today.
InformationWeek Executive Editor Doug Henschen takes Oracle to task for having the gall to criticize his article about Microsoft’s new in-memory solution while being less than candid about their own in-memory solution: Oracle Spotlights Its Database Memory Gap. The result of Oracle’s action is an article that explains in detail the gap between Oracle’s marketing …
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.
Analytics are being embedded into the product experience everywhere you look — even for toothbrushes!
Why analytics projects can be like skiing through a mogul field…
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.