There are many similarities between data and food. Food fuels our bodies, data fuels our IT systems – especially our analytical systems. Eating right is a key enabler to our health. Consuming the right amounts of the right data can be a key enabler for insightful analytics. So just as we try to
CMOs today are inundated with massive quantities of data from external data providers and internal systems. Yet the still strive to find elusive answers to these questions:
What new product can we introduce that will address new highly profitable emerging markets we’d like to enter?
Netezza's globetrotting reporter Karina Bernier is in Las Vegas for MicroStrategy World 2011, where the buzz is about retail high-performance analytics (powered by Netezza TwinFin appliances of course). Check out Karina's interviews with Vipul Patel of Michaels Stores, Wei Zheng of Informatica, Al
Netezza's Karina Bernier talked with Ted Westerheide of Aginity at NRF's Big Show in New York City on Monday what Aginity offers its customers. Aginity, a Netezza partner, builds data production factories that make companies smarter, more responsive and more profitable. Aginity uses the power and
Technology is transforming the way we do business, but good business decisions never go out of style.
As they have for years, effective CIOs continue to balance risk against reward before investing IT budget to replace an older technology.
Most markets support one or two dominant vendors,
The "Intelligent Economy" is much more than a trendy buzz phrase or the name of a business school seminar.
It's the new reality for enterprises today.
The Intelligent Economy is about fundamentally changing the way we view our businesses and our customers, about inviting change when we decide
I’m at a telecoms conference this week, and in previous years i’m told the talk here had all been of networks and switches and bandwidths and copper. This year it’s all about content and customers and services and customization. Very interesting how the industry is moving from building
The big event for me last week was introductory training in TwinFin i-Class. What is does is explained in the link, what was most interesting for me was the discussion at dinner afterwards. I’m still learning the technology and the products, but the business case for what we’re doing just seemed so
I’m drafting this as we fly ‘Compact First’ from Johannesburg to Cape Town. Actually it’s a one class plane, but if you want to get the status-conscious sales executive on a one-class plane you tell him it’s ‘Compact First’. But one class or not Kulula Air are pretty classy. Their emergency