Business intelligence is a hot topic in 2010, especially with the upcoming release of Microsoft's SQL Server 2008 R2 being dubbed as the "BI release." In this e-zine, one SQL Server expert breaks down exactly what goes into self-service BI, where it works and where it falls short.
If SQL Server 2008 R2's self-service business intelligence (BI) features made the release appealing to business users, then the data quality, analysis, and master data management capabilities that give IT more control over self-service BI in SQL Server 2012 will make this latest release attractive to DBAs. Read this expert e-guide to learn more.
In response to these challenges, savvy businesses are increasingly turning to visualization-based data discovery tools, which promote self-service business intelligence (BI). This informative paper provides valuable information about visualization-based data discovery tools and how they can help IT decision-makers derive more value from big data.
Many organizations are realizing the interesting and paradoxical pattern that exists with BI applications: the more you use them, the more new and different requirements keep pouring in. Read this E-Guide and learn to gain a stronger understanding of your customers and business as well as to excel in today’s competitive market with real-time BI.
In this new Quest white paper, see why splitting identity management work is not only frustrating, pointless and inefficient, but it’s also completely unnecessary. Learn how to easily manage your Active Directory and SAP environments, how to eliminate redundant work, and how automation makes security stronger and auditing simple.
View this white paper to learn more about how to implement self-service business intelligence (BI.) It explores the approach used to help organizations balance the different requirements of BI. By integrating self-service BI with a centralized BI development model, your business can have a more flexible and efficient environment.
IBM Cognos 8 BI is the only solution that provides complete BI functionality in one product, on a single, proven architecture, it also delivers seamless reporting, analysis, scorecarding, dashboards, and event management.
View this webcast to learn about an access management solution that offers self-service capabilities to eliminate time-consuming phone calls and paperwork to gain necessary access to critical business applications.
This data sheet explains how cloud computing can help IT deliver critical business services more quickly and inexpensively. Find out what steps companies will have to take to embrace this new IT model.