Adoption of business intelligence and analytics still nascent, but market growing at rapid pace as more Indian small and midsize businesses keen to gain competitive edge with such tools.
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Cloud-based business intelligence tools offer benefits but still lack real business driver, say analysts, who advise enterprises to evaluate cost savings before adopting such services.
According to Gartner, one-third of all Business Intelligence access will be through mobile devices in the next few years. Other than the sex-appeal, what practical benefits are driving enterprise to make the Mobile BI leap?
Bottlenecks in IT departments from data deluge causing end-users to ask for tools to generate analytics reports without tech support, but managing use and data compliance tricky.
Applying BI best practices, using pre-built data models, and developing ongoing reference metrics on business processes to the IT systems that increasingly reflect the business operations themselves portends great productivity and agility benefits.
HP gets more than security benefits from ArcSight acquisition, it gets closer to comprehensive BI for IT
For me the real value for HP is in gaining a comprehensive platform and portfolio via ArcSight for total systems log management. Being able to manage and exploit the reams of ongoing log data across all data center devices offers huge benefits, even the ability to correlate business events and IT events for what I call BI for IT.
Information management targets e-discovery, compliance, legal risks while delivering long-term BI and governance benefits
Potentially massive savings can be had from thwarting legal discovery fulfillment problems in advance by governing and managing information. Yet these same management lifecycle approaches bring long-term payoffs through better analytics, and regulatory compliance, while reducing the cost of data storage and archiving.