Technology advances widened Hadoop’s enterprise suitability. In 2013, Hadoop will firmly establish its dominance in big data analytics.
Cloud computing, mobile applications, and big data coalesced in 2012 and will shape IT in 2013 and beyond.
Not surprisingly, big-data-a-la-Big-Blue has a distinctly dollars-and-cents flavor to it.
Big data is changing the competitive dynamics of the BI industry. We explore how everything from sensor data to social media to mobile BI is changing the very nature of big data.
What’s driving big data analytics, and how can integrating search help BI professionals better work with the data?
Don't know how to get started with your big data project? BI start-up Cirro claims to have just what you're looking for.
With so much data in so many places, how can you quickly connect to the sources you need? Data virtualization may be the answer.
Lack of a business intelligence strategy can hamstring your business and prevent BI from delivering on its promise -- and even more so when you're working with big data.
Why are vendors doing things that their own products and technology were designed to prevent or correct?
Forget Big Data: can today's -- or tomorrow's -- DW workloads take advantage of Big Density?
Enterprise apps are shifting to the cloud, officials say. So, too, is JasperSoft.
Kognitio spent the last half-decade trying to break into the U.S. market. Now, officials claim, the market is coming to Kognitio.
Customers seem pleased with their data quality tools -- until they're asked to put their money where their mouth is.
Cindi Howson examines what's ahead for this fast-growing vendor.
With spring upon us, it's time to dive into "spring cleaning" your data by following these top 5 tips for leveraging the value of your dirty data.
If consolidation activity and new product pushes are any indication, data replication is finally getting the respect it deserves.
What's new and forthcoming from Oracle? Cindi Howson takes us inside Oracle's annual analyst conference.
Startups know that what customers say they want isn’t necessarily what they want. The same principle is critical to the success of your BI project.
Yellowfin benefits from a few core design decisions -- or "fortuitous mistakes," as CEO Glen Rabie puts it -- that make it a surprisingly adaptable BI platform.
How can the principles of branding be applied to BI to help multiple groups in large organizations work collaboratively across departmental boundaries?