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How to Harness Your Data in 2015

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by Angela Guess Chris Preimesberger of eWeek recently wrote, “The more data enterprises store up about their customers, the markets, their competitors and their own organizations, the more opportunity the enterprise will have to obtain insights that will help grow the bottom line. There is great potential power in big data. The question all enterprises…

10 Business Intelligence Trends for 2015

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by Angela Guess Ellie Fields of Tech Radar reports, “We’re proud data geeks at Tableau, and each year we put our brains together to look forward at the trends we expect to see during the coming twelve months. Our predictions for 2014 included data moving from specialists to the everyman, the mainstreaming of cloud business…

Cybersecurity Hindsight is 20/20

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by Angela Guess Yoav Leitersdorf and Ofer Schreiber of Tech Crunch recently wrote, “This year we witnessed a series of high-profile security breaches, from the aftermath of the Target and Home Depot fiascos, to a number of attacks on other national retailers, including Michaels, Goodwill and Neiman Marcus. Then there was the massive breach at…

The Biggest Data Trends of 2014

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by Angela Guess Doug Henschen of Information Week recently wrote, “The era of big data analysis is here to stay. Take your pick of 2014 proof points. Tech watchers might cite the more than $200 million in venture capital raised by the top three NoSQL database vendors, or the $1 billion raised by the top-three…

GE Power & Water CIO on Big Data Breakthroughs

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by Angela Guess Doug Henschen of Information Week reports, “GE Power & Water has been monitoring its industrial turbines and predicting maintenance and part-replacement needs for nearly 10 years. But three changes in recent years have really enabled this $28 billion unit of GE to up its game, according to CIO Jim Fowler. The first trend…

Lines Between SQL and NoSQL Getting Blurry

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by Angela Guess Steve Wexler of IT Trends and Analysis recently wrote, “The lines between SQL and NoSQL will start to blur this year, said FoundationDB co-founder, Dave Rosenthal in a recent interview with IT Trends & Analysis. One would have to consider IBM’s decision to buy NoSQL cloud database startup Cloudant at the end of February a pretty good indicator…