Organisations increasingly value data that is as current as possible. And there are other sectors where real-time data analytics and data visualisation are proving valuable. In this e-guide, we discuss how continuous real-time analytics, operating at sub-second speed, are finding real-world applicability across several industry sectors.
This expert e-guide describes the value that security information and management systems (SIMs) can bring to both application monitoring and real-time security. See how you can get the most out of SIM by reading on now.
This paper examines the increased business challenges in structured finance, the impact on the underlying enabling technologies, and describes how the use of Vertica’s column store, massively parallel processing (MPP) approach to database management and analytic processing can address some of these challenges.
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With dashboards and scorecards, organizations benefit from the convergence of performance management and business intelligence. Learn how dashboards and scorecards help executives to better communicate, monitor and adjust business strategy and plans.
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If your SAP HANA journey has left you in the dark, these five implementation tips from experts featured in this guide will light your way. Also discover key considerations for S/4HANA Sourcing and Procurement.
Transcoding is a growing requirement of today’s disparate communications network environment. This whitepaper discusses transcoding and codecs, outlining their operation and application to VoIP, along with relevant products that can benefit buyers.
Read this product datasheet to learn how this data management tool helps organizations harness the value of their IT investments and improve business operations by providing continuous access to business-critical information in real time.
Mobile business intelligence is a process, not a project, and a journey rather than a destination. The case studies included represent two forms that mobile BI can take to empower the mobile worker and port existing applications. This paper discusses two different companies, their environments, reasons for going mobile and key success factors.