Modern cloud solutions for analytics and information management will play a significant role in enabling and simplifying self-service access to the right data at the right time by all those who need it and have a right to use it. But this approach will require a process led by a strategy that takes
When it comes to cloud deployments of analytics and information management (AIM) technology, it is no longer a question of why to adopt cloud solutions but rather when and how. Today's modern cloud solutions are open for business - open for your data and open for your applications.
When looking for course-changing insight, connecting the dots of information can range from meticulous exercises to bursts of inspiration. However this wow-factor insight may be derived, it can take organizations and industries on a new trajectory characterizing the dawn of an era in which
When organizations adopt a hybrid cloud environment, they add another layer of complexity to their information supply chains. Despite the added complexity, organizations still need to ensure completeness, accuracy and availability of information for high-quality insights. To achieve these data
Many organizations can take advantage of off-premises cloud environments or a hybrid approach. The key is a sound governance strategy to help ensure organizational data is secure and trustworthy in these environments.
Databases have been around for decades, but suddenly there’s renewed interest in database technology. Nancy Hensley, director of marketing and strategy for databases and database systems at IBM, joined the show to explain what is happening in the industry to drive this interest. She also described
The future of big data?
Hybrid data architectures have been hailed as “the future of big data.” But what exactly is a hybrid data architecture and how would your organization best make use of one? What makes it better than current systems? What are some of the challenges involved in deploying a