By Bob Warfield on April 26, 2012
Big Data is Business Intelligence plus Attention Deficit Disorder? That’s gotta be linkbait of an order I’ve not used since my NoSQL is a Premature Optimization post. What’s up with that? I just got done attending Jeff Kaplan’s excellent Cloud BI Summit at the Computer History Museum. It was a very enjoyable event and it [...]
By Dion Hinchcliffe on September 1, 2011
Recently I’ve been tracking the growth of social analytics and the means of delivering well on it. Connecting it to the needs of the business is the next step beyond basics of collating, aggregating, and identifying patterns in what the world is doing that affects your organization. On ZDNet recently, I explored the rapidly growing trend of big data. Collectively, big data represents a set of highly innovative new ways that companies are developing to distill value from the sheer scale, richness, and complexity of today’s vast networks of people and their data, of which the Internet is just the biggest example. It is social media in particular, however, where big data and business value intersect.
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By Michael Fauscette on May 19, 2011
The Spring 2011 user conference season is finally winding down and for me basically ended last week as I attended my fourth Deltek Insight user conference. Deltek, a company on a multi-year journey of transformation from a sleepy family run…