Tag Archives : analytics and Big Data


Cloudera and IB partnership delivering Big Data “sizzle”  

For many organizations, Big Data is “a riddle wrapped in a mystery inside an enigma,” but as the celebrated British wartime statesman advised, “difficulties mastered are opportunities won.” Potential opportunity in Big Data has been defined, many times, as the ability to gain new business insight from analysis of new and existing sources of data […]

Dan Grady, social media analytics and enterprise search sales manager, Information Builders

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 […]


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

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Tieto translating integration experience to Industrial Internet reality

By most accounts, IoT offers huge potential for improvement of productivity, environmental health, and daily life, and analyst growth predictions for this opportunity are now estimated in the trillions of dollars. Gartner research, for example, has calculated that global incremental economic value generated from IoT will be $1.9 trillion in 2020, while Cisco researchers have […]


Driving BI mobility

Mobile BI (business intelligence) adoption has attracted increased attention over the past few years as mobile applications have matured and as more organizations have come to view mobile BI as essential to their business intelligence strategy. But even with more focus on mobile applications and must-have capabilities, many solution providers admit that actual customer adoption […]

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