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Gartner Customer 360 Summit 2015
San Diego, CA
Despite the value data scientists can bring to a big data analytics team, not every business requires them. Some are using a mix of technology and culture to avoid the need.
Logi Vision and Logi Info self-service analytics products enable users to perform reporting and dashboarding, scorecarding, search, ad hoc queries, OLAP and data discovery.
Tableau helps users of all technical skill levels quickly analyze, visualize and share data with colleagues so they can make data-driven decisions.
A pivotal magazine article helped point medical doctor Parsa Mirhaji along a path to a semantic data lake for healthcare analytics applications, using Hadoop, RDF, graph databases and more.
Big data may be all the rage, but data warehouse platforms are still being utilized by companies of all sizes. Expert Craig S. Mullins takes a look at the technology.
IBM's planned purchase of The Weather Co.'s data operations may be a bellwether event from which data professionals can learn.
S/4HANA is SAP's commitment to a refresh of its core Business Suite software. This refresh focuses on three main areas, and potential users need to get up to speed on each one.
Many users and analysts believe the move to SAP's ERP suite for the HANA in-memory database is inevitable, but it will take time and clearer direction from SAP.
Managing a global SAP rollout is complex and challenging. But by limiting custom development and following other tried-and-true lessons, you can better navigate the challenges.
Oracle and China-based Internet service provider Tencent signed a nonbinding agreement for Oracle to use Tencent's online portals to offer Oracle cloud services in that country.
In the Oracle vs. Google court case over the use of Java APIs, Oracle claimed an expert witness appointed by the judge to assess potential legal damages isn't impartial.
Oracle Analytics Cloud rounds up a number of the company's business intelligence and big data cloud services. Expert Robert Sheldon takes a look at the cloud analytics platform.
While technically comparable to bare metal cloud offerings from IBM and Rackspace, AWS has a different motivation for offering dedicated hardware.
Amazon quietly made an update to its free AWS cost analysis tool that may be significant enough to give cloud users reason to ditch third-party tools that can cost thousands of dollars.
Managing the gamut of AWS products from end to end requires skilled hands, and IT teams can struggle. Managed service providers apply their cloud knowledge at the behest of the business.
Microsoft hasn't released the licensing details for SharePoint 2016, but there are a couple of areas where enterprises can expect additional expenses.
Companies want an enterprise search function that performs like Google, but hurdles persist to make that scenario reality. Emerging technologies offer hope of future parity.
Companies want enterprise search to perform like top Web engines, but improvements will need to target the unique needs of business. New technologies could help bridge that gap.