Leading companies expand on-premise analytical activities into cloud environments to reduce reliance on IT and improve analytical adoption and engagement.
In the fight against underutilized technology, companies in Europe are leaning on their users and an increased propensity for data-driven decisions.
Analytics is a relative newcomer to the mobile and cloud space, but that hasn’t stopped it from being increasingly relied upon by the Best-in-Class.
A recent Aberdeen report explored the concept of relevant analytics, and demonstrated how organizations that stay focused on the analytical needs of their users shared several common characteristics that help them perform.
Mobile capabilities for the consumption (or creation) of business insight have taken center stage for companies looking to arm a diverse workforce with timely information.
Organizations that lead the pack in delivering repeatable and sustainable success recognize that automation and intelligence are critical to delivering well-managed and trustworthy analytics using Hadoop.
Leading companies employ a data-driven finance approach to offer more detailed analyses and better forecasting, and granular information on customers.
User privacy begins from the ground up — organizations need to build best practices in privacy into every aspect of the products and services they provide.
Aberdeen analyst Peter Krensky reflects on his time at Tableau Conference 2015.
Tableau is typically known as a provider of interactive data visualization software with a loyal, bordering on cult-like, customer base. So this naturally got me thinking – who are these “people” and do I have the intellectual horsepower to be one of them?