Business Intelligence - Research
Technology research on Business Intelligence (BI), analytics, and data mining software and solutions.
DevOps, Digital Transformation Go TogetherSeptember 2, 2016
DevOps is a big part of digital transformation strategies for some companies, research finds.
How HTAP Database Technology Can Help YouAugust 30, 2016
Hybrid transaction/analytical processing (HTAP) enables databases to perform transactions and analytics simultaneously, creating new …
How Lyft Built Its App (and Business) on AWSAugust 16, 2016
Scaling an app used to be a challenge but the cloud changes everything, as Lyft's experience shows.
Mobile Business Intelligence: How Some Companies Use ItJuly 28, 2016
Mobile business intelligence (BI) is still evolving, but companies use it to improve customer service and streamline sales processes, among …
Investment in Fast Data Processing Growing: SurveyJuly 14, 2016
More than 90 percent of organizations plan to increase investment in fast data processing this year, found an OpsClarity survey.
Why Open Source Graph Databases Are Catching onJuly 12, 2016
Open source graph databases, first used by social networks like Facebook and Twitter, are seeing mainstream adoption.
7 Notable Data Visualization ToolsJune 17, 2016
Data visualization tools are a red-hot area of business intelligence. These seven solutions are on the leading edge of the data …
Using NoSQL Databases to Handle Fast DataMay 10, 2016
NoSQL databases can help enterprises handle so-called Fast Data. MongoDB, DataStax and Redis are three NoSQL databases worth checking out.
Your Next Big Data Project? Operational AnalyticsApril 29, 2016
Operational analytics is a great way for companies to use Big Data, according to a new Capgemini report.
Startup Spotlight: StreamSets' Big Data IntegrationApril 13, 2016
Informatica veterans create new approach to Big Data integration, one that includes KPIs.
Beyond Excel: What Users Want from Data PreparationApril 4, 2016
Users weaned on Excel want more robust data preparation capabilities, finds a Dresner Advisory Services study.