Analytic Architectures: Approaches to Supporting Analytics Users and Workloads
sponsored by Hewlett-Packard Company

All organizations are struggling to turn data into information and information into insights and action. It is no easy task- and for too long, companies have tried to shoehorn all reporting and analysis tasks into a single architecture.

In this exclusive resource, trusted tech guru Wayne Eckerson points out that there are four distinct types of intelligence:

  • Business intelligence (BI)
  • Analytic intelligence
  • Continuous intelligence
  • And content intelligence.

Inside, explore the different between these types of intelligence and how they relate to each other. Discover how in the coming decade BI teams will need to embrace these four intelligences to fulfill the promise of business intelligence.

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