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5 Best Practices For Agile Analytics Organizations

New self-service analytics approaches provide an opportunity to dramatically improve analytics business agility and IT/business alignment. But this requires new cultures and new ways of working, and both business and IT organizations have to make compromises.

May 22, 2013 by

Data scientists don't scale

In last week's ZDNet "Great Debate," Robin Harris and I faced off on the question of whether "we need data scientists to make sense of this tidal wave of information." I think data scientists are important, but they're not the solution. What follows is my argument, in essay form.

June 3, 2012 by

SMB Handbook

ZDNet Asia turns the spotlight on small and midsize businesses to look at where they might encounter hidden IT costs and how a lack of security focus might stretch what is already a tight budget, and suggest tips to avoid these money traps. We also consider ways to make SMBs more attractive in the labor market against more established players, and reveal how India's smaller companies are growing in their IT savviness.

March 14, 2008

The industry reflects, looks ahead

Industry players look back at 2007, discuss recession fears and name some hot technologies they'll be looking out for in 2008.

October 25, 2007 by

Woolworths get BI curious with SAP

It wasn't all smooth sailing when Woolworths upgraded to SAP's BI 7.0 recently, but as the retail chain put it: "An ASX Top 10 company cannot consolidate their results on an Excel spreadsheet".

February 18, 2007 by

SOA analysts examine TIBCO's SOA tools, ESBs as platform, webMethods Fabric 7, HP's foray into BI

What's happening with IBM around SCA, and what TIBCO is doing around ActiveMatrix, and what webMethods is doing, have the capability for people with the right skills and the right organizational attributes. They have the ability to create this domain, where change can be made pretty rapidly and in a pretty manageable way. That's much more than just being about technology. It’s actually an organizational, cultural process, an IT process, in terms of how we go about doing things. It's those issues, as well as a matter of buying something from TIBCO. Everything’s bound up together.


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