- November 09, 2011
Collecting "big data" is easy; analyzing it can cause headaches. But some companies are turning to an emerging position, the data scientist, to help them sift through their heaps of data.
- November 07, 2011
Retail analytics expert Emmett Cox explores the challenges of “big data” and provides tips for businesses to make use of the information they’ve collected.
- November 04, 2011
Analysts and consultants provide tips on how to set up an effective predictive analytics program without breaking the bank.
- November 01, 2011
A Canadian financial services processing provider saved money and manpower by moving to IT service management firm ServiceNow and redeploying staff to BI and development projects.
- October 27, 2011
Eric King of The Modeling Agency discusses the need for predictive analytics and how to create a strategy that will reduce the risk of failure and maximize the results.
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Sponsored by SAS Institute Inc. - You want to get started with a big data project at your company, but you're unfamiliar with Hadoop and you're unsure your project will deliver value. Relax. Many organizations are struggling to implement Hadoop for a variety of reasons. In "The Current State of Hadoop in the Enterprise," by the International Institute for Analytics and sponsored by SAS, you'll find a handy list of five steps to maximize the value of a Hadoop big data project for your organization. See More
- October 26, 2011
SAS has partnered with Teradata and EMC Greenplum to release a high-performance analytics computing platform to handle 'big data.'
- October 25, 2011
Attendees at SAS’ Analytics 2011 Conference Series said data quality is still creating some major headaches for analysts.
- October 17, 2011
New research by Hurwitz & Associates focuses on predictive analytics trends and challenges and sheds light on the vendors who are meeting the demand for new functionality.
- October 11, 2011
Data scientist Brand Niemann recreated large government databases in days using free business intelligence tools and advises other users to “do your own IT.”
- October 10, 2011
Ventana Research’s David Menninger explores how the onslaught of ‘big data’ has influenced predictive analytics.
- October 07, 2011
IBM has announced plans to acquire the Waltham, Mass.-based security intelligence software company Q1 Labs.
- October 03, 2011
Business intelligence vendors released a spate of product announcements over the past two weeks, all aimed at putting BI tools in the hands of everyday users.
- October 02, 2011
Skilled professionals known as data scientists have become highly sought-after by companies such as LinkedIn, Facebook and Google to perform advanced analytics on growing data sets.
- September 29, 2011
Is real-time business intelligence right for your organization? And what can you do to avoid the pitfalls of real-time BI projects? We point you toward answers to those questions.
- September 28, 2011
Data hidden within the enterprise will inevitably be challenged, and it will be up to enterprise information management to tame it.