What do you get when you type “big data is” into Google Live Search? An interesting view into what people think about the term…
Database rock star Michael Stonebraker says “main memory database systems are going to completely take over… among the elephants there’s going to be a duke it out between Oracle and SAP”
A new version of Google Refine has been announced, a tool designed to cleanse and integrate “messy” data. How does it fit into the corporate notion of enterprise information management?
Here’s an example of “augmented corporate reality” I put together based on the Layar platform and the SAP BusinessObjects ondemand.com platform, running on a Google Nexus One Android phone.
SAP today announced new collaboration agreements that allow SAP Business ByDesign users to more easily leverage web services from third-party providers
At the recent Google I/O 2009 developer’s conference, SAP, IBM, Oracle, Salesforce.com and Atlassian gave quick demonstrations of how they are leveraging social networking technologies such as OpenSocial within organizations.
Google extends their business intelligence functionality by making it easy to search for and analyze public data sources.
How long before Google takes on the dashboard market?
Graphwise is BI 2.0 entrant similar to Swivel and ManyEyes, but with a twist. You enter a search term, and the site scours the web for content that contains tables linked to those terms, then proposes charts based on the data in those tables.
In an Information Week article called “Google Lays Out Its Mobile User Experience Strategy”, Stephen Wellman writes about Google’s latest steps in their mission to “Organize the world’s information and make it universally accessible and useful”: …Google breaks down mobile users into three behavior groups: A. “Repetitive now”B. “Bored now”C. “Urgent now” The “repetitive now” …