This e-guide examines why the data warehousing appliance business case must trump traditional tools for business to address needs such as costs, flexibility and agility while eliminating key technology silos.
The following IDC white paper explores the role that the CIO and IT group play in enabling, supporting, and leading analytics programs and projects within their organizations. Uncover the 4 big myths that can be hurting your analytics effectiveness, how to fix IT and line of business disconnect, and more.
SAP HANA promises to be a game changer in the business intelligence (BI) and analytics space. However, some organizations remain skeptical of the benefits of investing in yet another technology to accelerate analytics. This e-guide puts those doubts to rest with an in-depth look at how to build a business case for in-memory computing and SAP HANA.
This executive brief explains how the combination of master data management (MDM) and data quality (DQ) can significantly enhance the accuracy and reliability of data, enabling timely, confident decisions and accurate reporting.
View the following webcast to uncover what you need to know about big data 2.0. Uncover the 6 building blocks of big data 2.0 that drastically differentiate from big data 1.0. Also gain insights to the ways successful organizations are leveraging new analytics to capitalize on big data 2.0 and much more.
Access the following e-book to uncover the tools and strategies you need to get the most out of big data. Learn from leading authors in the field of data management as they explain some of the common mistakes made by analytics professionals while mining for new insights and what you can do to avoid them.
This brief resource provides information on a solution that reduces costs and improves operational efficiency by consolidating image data from each department PACS into a single, unified independent storage solution.
Read this special edition of Business Information for advice from data management consultant and author Craig S. Mullins on today's database market. Learn about new data types which call for new approaches, like storing data in memory instead on of disk, or turning to NoSQL technologies.