Or maybe even a shameless plug. . .so we’ll recommend “The Power of Now” — the latest book from Vivek Ranadive, founder and CEO of TIBCO Software. After all, the book’s subtitle is “How Companies Sense and Respond to Change Using Real-Time Technology.” And instead of cliches and broad strategies,… Read More →
Spotfire has two new white papers available to help organizations understand the changing dynamics of business intelligence and analytics.
BeyeNetwork is looking for business intelligence success stories. The 2010 BeyeNetwork Vision Award for Business Impact is seeking nominations in seven categories. Read on for more information.
When The Economist tells business readers that ‘information management’ is the future of commercial success, it’s a fair bet that analytics and business intelligence are included. In a Feb. 25 special report, the prestigious weekly details how real-time decisions and managing the flow, accuracy and response to information will separate… Read More →
1E makes and sells software that analyzes server and operations to find ways of reducing IT waste through analytics and business intelligence at the server and desktop level for global companies such as Dell and AT&T. CEO and co-founder Sumir Karayi said billions of dollars in electricity costs, overspending on… Read More →
IT holds the keys that can bring finance out of the back-office shadows and into the corporate limelight, according to the Best Practices Report for First Quarter 2010 from The Data Warehousing Institute (TDWI). With better access to data, says TDWI, finance can “leverage the information it collects to assist… Read More →
With the proverbial April 15th deadline looming in the not-so-distant future, many U.S. citizens have income taxes on their minds. Most are still in the throes of preparing their returns, with an increasing number of individuals taking advantage of technology to aid in this annual ritual every year. Over… Read More →
Combining the scientific resources of the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) with Google’s software expertise is bound to change the way we see the world. According to Richard Spinrad, NOAA’s assistant administrator for research, a recent working agreement between NOAA and Google will be open to exploration in many different… Read More →
Engineers have a quaint term for “business intelligence” on how often mechanical devices and other tools break down (Jargon Alert). They call it “Mean Time Between Failures” — or MBTF — and it is intended to take knowledge from an entire population or system to identify the lifespan of a… Read More →
The issue of employment remains an ongoing concern in the marketplace, whether for individuals pursuing a job or those seeking to fill a slot with just the right candidate. Multiple sources concur that business intelligence remains a key focus for companies. As an example, according to Computerworld’s 2010 Forecast Survey… Read More →