Traditional IT organizations must realize that digital transformation also applies to how organizations are run, and step up to lead the implementation of new enterprise-wide digital platforms.
Virtual and Augmented Reality have long inspired the imaginations of futurists. Take, for example, this glimpse of a potential “Domestic Robocop” HyperReality future created by designer and film-maker Keiichi Matsuda in 2010. Every real-world surface in the short movie was covered with constantly-changing information — with lots of ads and the occasional glitch thrown in. Six years later, Matsuda …
Analytics teams know they need to work on more agile methodologies, with close contacts in the business. But they shouldn’t just rely on the views of power users.
What’s the future of cloud analytics? Find out in this web seminar with guest Dan Vesset of IDC
To succeed in the future, Analytics teams have to pragmatically support business access to data, even if it’s not stored in corporate systems.
There’s been a lot of press recently about the problems of IoT security — what should organizations do about it?
Some years ago, I was asked to do a presentation for a Nordic Telecom company. The company had grown rapidly through acquisitions around Europe and so had lots of different systems and silos of analytics tools throughout the company. In an attempt to rationalize existing solutions and provide more value to the business, the company organized an internal …
Analytics now faces new customers and new needs — it’s no longer just about great self-service access to data.
This year, despite BI continuing to be the #1 priority for CIOs, Gartner has been using recent BI Summit keynotes to proclaim that BI is dead. Why?
Pret A Manger is a great illustration of how companies are still getting incredible value from “boring reporting”, but also moving to more predictive technologies.