Each insight is useful for only a limited amount of time, so organizations that don’t closely track their insights’ shelf lives may be making poor decisions because of outdated information. Learn how to fix this.
Dealing with slow technology is a major concern for anyone who needs quick access to analytic insights. For this reason, it’s vital to have a data warehouse appliance with sufficient speed that allows all users to make the most of its analytic power.
Organizations need to keep moving in rapidly changing marketplaces to remain relevant to their customers. Otherwise, they risk being run over because of an inability to reinvent and innovate their businesses. Review a six-point checklist for ways in which buy-side organizations can boost
A master data management (MDM) strategy can help businesses make intelligent business decisions and avoid unnecessary expenses while enabling efficient deployment and saving time spent on implementation. Discover the four essential capabilities of a strong MDM solution and how they can help you
As one principle of the buffalo theory demonstrates, open source projects are applying a process of natural selection through the manner in which they tackle performance bottlenecks and other obstacles that can prevent further technological advancement. By continually identifying and addressing the
In the rapidly evolving SQL-on-Hadoop space, IBM’s Big SQL 3.0 moves the industry forward through its contributions in improving query performance and workload management, while maintaining compatibility with open source Hive and SQL standard. This blog gets under the hood to explain how Big SQL 3.
A road trip to the Kimberley region confirms the wisdom of selecting optimized systems for specialized workloads. Outback Australia is tough country, and the locals drive vehicles specifically designed and built for this terrain - predominantly Mitsubishis, Nissans and Toyotas. Off-road driving’s