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Throughout the world, enterprises are experiencing explosive growth in the volume of data being collected and held, and there is no reason to expect this to abate.
Big data usually means big servers and big data warehouses, but the BI company Actuate wants to make it happen on your watch, too.
Spotfire Mobile Metrics can collate and analyse your BI data and deliver the key metrics needed to monitor business performance direct to a notebook, smartphone or tablet.
An ebb and flow between IT centralization and decentralization that swings in the direction of business groups, and even shadow IT, now runs the risk of neglecting essential management security and scalability requirements.
Despite the conflicting opinions that businesses hiring for data scientist and big-data roles seem to harbour, they do agree on the importance of software development skills.
Business Intelligence Software /Data discovery Panorama Necto 14 is the best BI solution - Panorama Necto is advancing Business Intelligence...
Darling of machine-generated Big Data, Splunk, and open source BI provider, Pentaho, integrate their technologies.
As the volume and purpose of data and business intelligence have dramatically shifted, older notions and misconceptions — what amount to myths about data infrastructure — need to be updated and corrected, too.
Excel Data Analyser (EDA) is the upcoming analytics tool from MAIA Intelligence. EDA is designed to accelerate and simplify the data...
Microsoft consolidates its PowerPivot, Power View, Data Explorer and GeoFlow properties into one self-service, cloud and mobile BI platform, delivered via Office 365.
SiSense brings its single-server Prism BI/Big Data package to the Rackspace cloud, offering low-overhead analytics, on a subscription basis.
SiSense announces a new version of its data visualization and BI database engine suite, along with major performance increases.
Platfora releases its BI for Big Data product to general availability, eschewing Hive and hand-coded MapReduce, while embracing in-memory queries.
Datameer launches an App Market, Nominum partners with IBM for "Big DNS" analytics, and open source BI player Actuate acquires Big Data analytics provider Quiterian.
It seems to me that big corporations have it all figured out: They've been using business intelligence and data analytics for years to drive businesses. For schools, though, BI is in its infancy.
At a panel discussion in Manhattan, we learn that BI, Hadoop, NoSQL and Data Analytics companies look at the same issues and technologies, sometimes through very different lenses.
Take a mega-vendor, give it a powerful in-memory Big Data product, combine with equal parts business software, and solutions that are (gasp!) enterprise-ready may result.
During a single week in usually hum-drum July, a slew of companies had a Big Data beach party bash. Big Data, BI, Database and Cloud companies went crazy with partnership announcements and a new version of an in-memory database was born.
Microsoft now has a mobile BI story. Excel 2013, PowerPivot and a new Excel-based version of Power View make it happen.
A leading open source Business Intelligence player and a NoSQL darling integrate their products as the broader worlds of Big Data, BI and NoSQL grow ever more intertwined themselves.
The Big Data world has no shortage of hybrid solutions, joining BI and relational technology with Hadoop and MapReduce. Hadapt offers a hybrid too, but prefers technology coexistence to subordination.
Big Data is revolutionary, and not merely the evolution of BI and data warehousing technology. Here's why.
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