There's plenty of competition in the fractious data integration market.
Semantics helps bring data management down to the user level.
Open source business intelligence player Pentaho has had a lot to crow about.
A new report from TDWI helps users understand the basics of Hadoop and MapReduce.
IBM asks the not-so-obvious question: If you already have a mainframe in-house, why not make it the centerpiece of your business intelligence and data warehouse efforts?
BI teams need to focus on what business users want most.
Phasic Systems touts a combination of software, services, and even naysaying as an effective solution for effective enterprisewide governance.
Sophisticated e-mail archiving solutions can generate business intelligence from stored e-mail messages.
Big data offers BI professionals new ways of making information work for the business.
HP's Chris Carney explains how a business intelligence competency center can help align BI efforts and needs across the enterprise, bringing real business value.
A new report from The Data Warehousing Institute discusses the how and the why of mobile BI.
The traditional BI stack has failed. What's next?
The beauty of the BI mashup is that it makes it easy to expose any kind of information -- including data you wouldn't typically want to bring into a data warehouse.
What are the common misperceptions about unstructured data are explored, and how can this data be exploited for game-changing insights?
There’s no doubt that customers will continue their migration from in-house BI to BI in the cloud. We explore best practices for cloud BI and the limitations this technology imposes.
Success with enterprise business goals demands strategies for enterprise data.
We look at the 10 key details your data strategy must address and suggest a good place to start formulating your strategy.
Moving a data warehouse offshore can bring significant cost savings, but such a move introduces elements of risk that must be managed.
Composite Software VP Robert Eve has co-written a new book on data virtualization. In this interview, he describes going beyond traditional data virtualization and discusses some of the lessons from the book's 10 high-profile case studies.
Performance management solutions have been around for years, but momentum is building, as these four future trends reveal.