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Mobile Entree 3.0 Mobilizes SharePoint and Business Intelligence

Enterprise software is following the consumer market and is going down a path of increased mobility. As a result, enterprise-focused software solutions need to be able to adapt to provide information at the right time, to mobile devices. This is why H3 Solutions is releasing new capabilities to Mobile Entree that will enable mobile users to see SharePoint performance data and enable HTML5-powered offline-capable mobile app creation.

What's new in the latest release of Mobile Entree? The mobile-focused list includes:

EMC, Microsoft, OpenText Among Gartner Enterprise CMS Magic Quadrant Leaders

In yesterday’s look at this year’s Gartner’s enterprise CMS Magic Quadrant, we saw how growing pressure on enterprises to achieve better productivity has seen many turn to enterprise content management systems to achieve that. Today we look at the companies that made it into the Leaders Quadrant as well as their strengths and weaknesses.

Panorama Puts Its Business Intelligence Platform on Tablet PCs

Managers looking for full business intelligence including real-time trend analysis on the go need look no further after Panorama Software announced Monday that its Necto BI 3.0 business intelligence platform is now available on Windows-based tablet PCs. The Toronto-based company said enterprise users have access to the full capabilities of Necto’s socially-enabled business intelligence platforms that seamlessly connect people, insights and data.

People Insights Improve Customer Experience, Give Companies an InsideView

InsideView.pngUnlike robots and automated machines, people are complex. They don’t always return your phone calls. They don’t always read your emails. And they don’t always tell you why, leaving you to wonder if your sales pitch was off or if they weren’t interested.  InsideView’s People Insights promises to change this, offering business professionals a comprehensive view of social, professional and company insights on the people with whom they do business.

iPad App Offers Mobility to Cognos, IBM Big Data

What’s new on the iTunes web site may be of interest to IBM Big Data users, especially those with the iPad “second screen” now gaining in popularity among business users. A new app optimized for the iPad, dubbed "Cognos Mobile" from the IBM Business Analytics division is available for free download. The group said its new app makes it easier to explore data on the go with location-aware analytics.

Infragistics Offers Visual Business Intelligence Web Parts for your SharePoint Data

Sometimes it's easier to get a better idea of what's going on if you see it in a chart or some other type of visual. Infragistics works to help you do this with your SharePoint data with the release of NetAdvantage for SharePoint.

Jaspersoft, Red Hat Offer a Data-to-Dashboard Business Intelligence Solution

Jaspersoft BI Suite, a commercial open source data-to-dashboards solution, now combines Red Hat's data virtualization technology with Jaspersoft's analysis and dashboarding services.

Microsoft Announces Mobile Business Intelligence Strategy

The collective gasps regarding Microsoft’s announcement that it was developing its own Hadoop distribution (hot on the heels of Oracle’s NoSQL about-face) might have drowned out another newsworthy announcement from the Microsoft SQL Pass conference. Microsoft detailed its mobile business intelligence roadmap, and surprise, surprise, it’s not all about Windows 8.

Forrester: Technology Trends for the Enterprise Architect to Watch

Forrester_logo_2009.jpgIt’s not easy being an enterprise architect. They go by many names. You may know them as an information architect or business analyst or that guy in IT. No matter what you refer to them as, their job is not easy.

IBM Adds Analytics to Business Processes, Applications; Focuses on Agile Enterprises

IBM Adds Analytics to Business Processes, Applications; Focuses on Agile Enterprises With all the money IBM has spent over the past three years on analytics, it’s hardly surprising that it is trying to get as many new releases out onto the market as possible. Over the week, it has added to what it already has in the analytics space by upgrading and releasing products aimed at improving business process and developing smarter applications.

IBM Confirms i2 Buy, Offers Big Data Analytics to 'Smarter Cities'

IBM Confirms i2 Buy, Offers Big Data Analytics to ‘Smarter Cities’ Following the announcement in August that it intended to buy UK-based i2, IBM has announced that the deal has officially gone through and that i2 will now be incorporated into the analytics division of IBM.

Microsoft's Vision, Strategy for the Future of Business Intelligence #spc11

The first session of the 2011 SharePoint conference I decided to check out was in regards to Microsoft’s vision for business intelligence (BI). This has been a hot topic for many readers who are interested in moving to SharePoint or are already invested in the platform. The presentation was delivered by Microsoft’s Steve Tullis, Group Program Manager for the Office BI team, and Kamal Hathi, General Manager of the BI Group in Microsoft SQL Server.

Oracle Enters Business Intelligence Space With Exalytics, Targets SAP, IBM #OOW11

Oracle’s OpenWorld has finally kicked off with the customary keynote from CEO Larry Ellison. Leaving aside the fact that many are saying this was his worst keynote ever, for those in enterprise computing the launch of the Exalytics analytics appliance is the one most will be watching.

Jaspersoft is On the Move With BI Suite 4.2: It's Touching

Jaspersoft is On the Move With BI Suite 4.2: It's Touching Open-source business intelligence (BI) provider, Jaspersoft, is on the move and it’s touching. The company announced the release of the latest version of its BI Suite, and the focus is all about mobile and touch-centric environments.

GRC Roll-up: IBM Extends GRC with Algorithmics, Norton Upgrades Security Software

Even with the Labour Day weekend there have been some notable nuggets in the GRC space. IBM extended the reach of its GRC offerings with the acquisition of Algorithmics, Compliance 360 adds new elements to its GRC offering, Norton updates its anti-malware software with its new 2012 range, while it also gives an estimate of the cost of malware attacks globally every year.

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