It turns out that what’s stopping people from moving to cloud analytics isn’t what I expected.
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 …
What’s the future of cloud analytics? Find out in this web seminar with guest Dan Vesset of IDC
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.
At the #HANA2016 conference this week, Coca-Cola East Japan explained how the company uses a modern BI platform with SAP HANA, Hadoop, and SAP Lumira to provide powerful analytics and support new business models.
2015 was a busy year! Here’s a roundup of some of the 55 presentations I did this year, at over 40 events in 22 cities and 16 different countries. If you were able to attend one of them, I hope you enjoyed it as much as I did, and I look forward to seeing you in 2016
I’ve been talking to audience about cloud analytics for about a decade, yet I still find most organizations are reticent. Here’s yet another attempt to persuade you.
Today’s business intelligence and analytics suites have a lot of functionality, but typically involve installing several servers and using different interfaces. Now new, more powerful platforms mean a new approach to analytics is possible.
Interview with Waldemar Adams on the power of collective insight using collaborative business intelligence.