The top news stories for Oct. 3, 2014.
The top news stories for Sept. 26, 2014.
Despite wide-spread interest in big data, many business executives and even CIOs aren't sure what to do with it. A guidebook from research firm Deloitte helps both ask the right big data questions to move the conversation forward.
Despite reports of all its challenges, big data is bringing a big smile to the faces of most IT execs, a new study by Accenture Analytics has revealed.
The top news stories for August 28, 2014.
A new report by research firm TechnologyAdvice finds that the top three industries currently researching business intelligence, or BI, options--technology, advertising/media, and automotive--make up just 26 percent of the market. A majority of potential buyers reported that they have an expected user base of anywhere from 50 to less than 10 for their BI software and a budget of less than $20,000.
The greatest advanced analytics success stories this year have been among organizations that focus on culture, collaboration and confidence, not the technology alone.
Data, data everywhere... and not much value to consume. That seems to be the theme song for a majority of organizations when it comes to making effective use of the data they collect, according to new research.
Allen Bonde explains why we need to refocus our big data efforts on the usefulness of data to the business and the customer, not its size.
Gartner has published its 2013 market share analysis for business intelligence and analytics software. The bottom line won't surprise anyone: spending on these categories rose by a healthy 8 percent last year.