Big data applications are complex. Even simple ones require 10 different technologies--and some require as many as 30! That’s why we’ve created our Business Analytics Master Class. We take the complexity of big data analytics and break it down into “consumable chunks.” Our first set of Master Class videos with industry expert Wayne Eckerson will be released on our blog over the coming weeks. Here's the first video in the series--
BI and visualization tools must balance power and freedom to perform ad-hoc analysis with security, access control, and audit capabilities.
As companies are becoming more cognizant of costs and efficiency, the cloud has become a prime place to store data. The conversation has transitioned from if you are going to store data in the cloud, to when.
Nov 2, 2016 by in Thought Leadership
What if your project requires more people than can fit around a table? What if you have people sitting around different tables on different floors of a building? In different cities? On different continents?
As the big data ecosystem evolves, new challenges arise followed quickly by new technologies, solutions, services, and products that address them. These are widely diverse and can be challenging to fully understand or keep up with.
Nothing says important like a "C" in your title. And it's been a long while since the C-suite had only room for the CEO, CFO, and COO. In the states, the CIO made its first appearance in the late 1980s or early '90s. Likewise the CMO. Now the C-suite literally bulges with chiefs. CTO, CHRO (human resources), CCO (compliance), CBO (brand), and so on. It's very crowded in there.