As an authority cited in the lead article in this e-guide explains, for many businesses "real time" means more frequent business intelligence reporting or data model updating. And yet, as another article in this e-guide explains, many organisations lack the infrastructure and culture necessary to deliver the required data.
In-memory analytics technology is impressive, but is it really necessary right now for small to midsize businesses (SMBs)? Would an investment provide a true competitive advantage? And what are some ways it be leveraged? Read this e-guide to find expert insight on these questions and get the inside scoop on the rise of in-memory technology.
Banks, utilities, retailers, and the like are taking advantage of incoming calls and Web visits to make offers to existing customers. In this paper learn how with real-time offer management applications, can help leverage customer information.
ESET Mail Security for Microsoft Exchange Server blocks all types of email-borne malware and spam. It scans your email traffic with industry-leading precision, low system footprint and high scanning speed - so slowdowns will be a thing of the past
In conducting in-depth surveys with 154 IT decision-makers in North America and the UK, Forrester found that enterprises achieved better IT efficiency and better support for corporate goals by providing integrated, real-time, and accurate information through the implementation of customizable, real-time dashboards.
Complex microprocessors lie at the heart of every electronic device and embedded system in use today - from mobile phones to brain scanners. Such products demand sophisticated software to get the job done, and that's where operating systems come in.
With the recent profusion of tiered storage solutions into the enterprise storage market, organizations are increasingly adopting tiering strategies to accommodate rapid data growth while controlling costs. Yet most solutions fail to maximize the potential benefits of tiered storage. Read this white paper to learn more.
In this case study Calit2 and Cyberinfrastructure for Advanced Marine Microbial Ecology Research and Analysis (CAMERA) develop a cost-effective, high-performance environment where researchers have unlimited access to the existing genomics data.