Tag Archives : #analytics


Channeling the Intel SMAC stack

As a leading provider of foundational technology, Intel is a good source of insight into new IT industry trends. The company prides itself on its role as market educator, and its website serves as veritable trove of expert information on products, architectures, and implementation best practices served up through technical resources for developers and IT […]

David Allen, director of distribution and DMR sales, North America, Intel

Lyndsay Wise, president, Wise Analytics

Benefits of broader access to open source BI

The appeal of open source software to developers has included the promise of free source code, quick development cycles, and community collaboration contributing to software development projects on a broad level. Over the past several years, some of these attributes of open source have also made their way into the business intelligence (BI) market. Open […]


Dan Grady: Big Data – It’s about Impact, Not Insights 1

InsightaaS: Regular followers of ATN will have seen that I don’t highlight sponsors’ blog posts very often, but this post – which I ran across on LinkedIn – seemed to warrant some attention. In it, Dan Grade of Information Builders (sponsors of our Analytics section) makes the point that insight is only beneficial to a […]

Dan Grady, Information Builders

Carl Lehmann, research manager, enterprise architecture, integration & business process management, 451 Research

451 Research: Pneuron offers a new way of thinking about connecting and using hybrid IT

InsightaaS: In the Impact Report that follows below, 451 research manager, enterprise architecture, integration & business process management Carl Lehmann offers a good example of the kind of study the 451 Research Group built its reputation on – a deep dive into the value proposition and competitive landscape surrounding new, disruptive technology companies. With this review […]


Anatomy of an acquisition: creating the “perfect storm”

Conventional wisdom on developing new capability holds that there are three distinct approaches – companies can build, buy or ally. Each path is viewed as offering its own advantage: while many organizations acquire companies for quick entrée to new IP or resources, others choose to partner for low cost access to technology, and yet a […]

Girish Varma, president, global IT services and new market development, CenturyLink