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MemSQL and GoGrid Partner on Big Data Analytics

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by Angela Guess Christopher Tozzi of The Var Guy reports, “Public cloud computing and Big Data analytics have converged in a new partnership between MemSQL and GoGrid designed to simplify the orchestration of MemSQL’s in-memory distributed database system for business intelligence. MemSQL and GoGrid are both invested in high-performance Big Data computing. MemSQL’s platform leverages in-memory storage to…

Why the Analytics vs. Intuition Debate Misses the Mark

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by Gil Allouche As big data technology continues to evolve, improve and expand, it’s reaching more and more people and industries than ever before — from sports to health care. Data and information are becoming highly sought after, and many people feel like this all-consuming pursuit of data is reducing the importance of human intuition…

SiSense Raises $30M to Democratize Big Data Analytics

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by Angela Guess Ingrid Lunden of Tech Crunch reports, “SiSense, a business intelligence startup that is among those making big data analytics accessible to ordinary business users (and not just data scientists) is today announcing more funding: a $30 million Series C round led by DFJ Growth — the VC’s arm dedicated to later-stage investments that recently announced a new…

From Business Intelligence to Operational Intelligence

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by Jelani Harper Business Intelligence (BI) has emerged from the backrooms of IT departments to take up residence in the front offices of personnel in business and operations, and even of some C-level executives. Despite advancements in Data Discovery tools which considerably expedite the ease and insight offered, in Big Data applications the best of…

The Evolution of Data Analytics

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by Angela Guess Ira Simon of SAP recently wrote on The VAR Guy, “Have you ever looked back at an old magazine or an old video and laughed at how much things have changed? This notion is especially true in technology, which evolves more rapidly than almost every other industry… For me, it happened recently when…

The Relevance of Open Source (Advanced) Analytics

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by Jelani Harper There are few limitations to the ways in which the confluence of Data Science and advanced analytics can aid the enterprise. The predictive capabilities of the latter can enable forecasting for Business Intelligence tools, accurately presage the needs, services, and advertising products most sought by consumers, or design applications that can proactively…

Webinar: Data Exploration and Analytics for the Modern Business

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This presentation was given in a live webinar on May 29, 2014 Data Exploration and Analytics for the Modern Business from DATAVERSITY To view just the slides from this webinar, click HERE>> This Webinar was Sponsored by   About the Webinar Every day, your business generates enormous quantities of data. How can you unlock its…

Slides: Data Exploration and Analytics for the Modern Business

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This presentation was given in a live webinar on May 29, 2014 Data Exploration and Analytics for the Modern Business from DATAVERSITY To view the On Demand recording of this presentation, click HERE>> This Webinar was Sponsored by   About the Webinar Every day, your business generates enormous quantities of data. How can you unlock…

To Know Your Customer, Dive Into Your Data

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by Jennifer Zaino Where does the market for refrigerator water filters and water filtration systems intersect with the Business Intelligence and Analytics technology sector? One point is at online site DiscountFilterStore.com, a medium-sized online provider of healthy home living products, including water filters, air filters, and filtration systems that is moving its customer data into…

Don’t Understaff and Overstretch Your Analytics Development Team

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by James Kobielus Enterprises increasingly worry about whether they can fulfill all their new data science requirements with qualified candidates. But an even larger issue has been simmering for years in many organizations’ data analytics practices. The issue is that it’s typical for many companies to short-staff traditional positions, such as business analyst, report developer,…