Marketing People in Glass Houses Shouldn’t Throw Stones
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 […]
SAP TechEd Berlin 2010 – Vishal Sikka Keynote Highlights
Highlights from Vishal Sikka’s keynote presentation at the 2010 Berlin TechEd
Microsoft’s Dallas Copies BusinessObjects Information OnDemand
Microsoft creates a new Information Services Business, a variation on BusinessObjects Information OnDemand store created two years ago.
Gartner on Collaborative Decision Making
Gartner has published their take on the new Collaborative Decision Making market (CDM) This report predicts a new style of decision support system — collaborative decision making (CDM) — will emerge in 2009 that combines social software with business intelligence (BI). This combination can dramatically improve the quality of decision making by directly linking the […]
SAP Dashboards at Microsoft?
According to the Treasury & Risk site, Microsoft is a keen user of SAP dashboards, at least in conjunction with their treasury needs
Microsoft Kills PerformancePoint?
Microsoft kills PerformancePoint — sort of
Microsoft Launches Impressive New Suite… of BI Cliches?
Yesterday, Microsoft launched PerformancePoint Server 2007 using an impressively dense array of well-worn BI clichés, presumably confident that many of their potential purchasers had never heard any of them before. (more…)