How data integration developers can include parallelism into data integration models.
In 2010 we learned that big data doesn’t mean big insights. What will we learn this year?
To react quickly to a changing regulatory environment, BI projects need a flexible and robust -- and agile -- underlying architecture.
Buyers must beware, and vendors must simplify their licenses.
Instead of just reporting on data, shops should be exploring their data. This is particularly true in government, where very large data sets can benefit from cutting-edge visual data exploration technologies.
Far from being “crushed” by IT, intelligent analysts seem to be emerging stronger than ever in business.
Composite Software executive VP Robert Eve discusses the evolution of data virtualization and exactly how the technology can be used to address today's data management challenges.
HP seems ready to make yet another run at BI superstardom.
By investing in a strategy of goal-setting, measurement, and adjustment, government agencies can turn social media from a random, trendy exercise into an accurate, effective initiative that can support their larger organizational strategies and goals.
InetSoft positions its new Style Intelligence 11.0 release as a BI offering for the most agile of agile BI practitioners.
The federal government -- and its BI community -- needs to go real-time. The time to prepare is now.
MDM, data quality programs need value proposition to succeed
Data Integration leaders are under pressure from "good enough" competitors. This gives non-dominant players a golden opportunity to contest the status quo.
With a flurry of recent BI-oriented partnerships, it's no surprise Cloudera is attracting so much interest.
To provide your organization with the foundational components necessary to build competitive advantage and to be market responsive, take a look at the good, bad, and inevitable aspects of master data management.
BI pros will face more big data challenges this year.
Why data visualization is increasingly perceived by stakeholders at all levels of the enterprise as a high-value investment.
Big Data is increasing the popularity of NoSQL where SQL is not the primary processing language. The challenge: integrating disparate NoSQL systems.
How BI builders will help make BI more pervasive, delivering that “last mile” of capability where no one else can.
Endeca chief strategist Paul Sonderreger talks about combining search and BI to help people find what they need and understand what they’ve found.