Even organizations with multiple established Business Intelligence (BI) tools struggle to effectively engage all of their information.
Aberdeen analyst Peter Krensky reflects on his time at Tableau Conference 2015.
Aberdeen analyst Peter Krensky reflects on his time at Strata + Hadoop World 2015.
Aberdeen analyst Peter Krensky reflects on his time at the HP Big Data Conference 2015 where the theme was “Seize the Data.”
What kind of impact is stream computing for the Internet of Things having on organizations?
Aberdeen analyst Peter Krensky reflects on his time at Alteryx Inspire 2015 where the theme was “Analytic Independence.”
Analytics give IT departments the ability to listen to users and identify needs without anyone ever filling out a ticket.
Software AG’s Analyst & Media Conference featured its Digital Business Platform, bringing together intelligent business operations, agile processing, integration, in-memory data fabric, and transaction processing.
All large enterprises (organizations with over $1 billion in annual revenue) have embraced analytics and Business Intelligence (BI) to some degree. But which ones are models of analytical practice and success?
Business analysts, operating without proper oversight, can become sharks — devouring restricted data and wreaking havoc on security protocols and regulatory standards.