Business Intelligence News & Analysis
| Tuesday Dec 14, 2010
The iPad has been well received by the general consumer market, but analysts are seeing a business market for it and other tablets -- including business intelligence and CRM.
| Friday Dec 10, 2010
Collaboration, analytics and the cloud. What do these three things have in common? They demonstrate Infosys Technologies commitment to providing solutions that have high business value and leverage an environment that is gaining in popularity: Salesforce.com.
| Friday Dec 3, 2010
Mobile business intelligence vendor DSPanel has just added an iPad application to their already extensive range of BI products. As part of the company’s Performance Canvas mobile analytics products, the new functionality enables users access to their analytics, including data visualization through the Safari browser.
| Monday Nov 29, 2010
Everyone knows business analytics is one of IBM’s (news, site) main market segments and with growing volumes of data and the need for extended storage space, analytics is essential. As a result, IBM has just unveiled a new storage architecture.
| Monday Nov 22, 2010
It’s not exactly clear why Microsoft’s upcoming release of CRM Dynamics 2011 did not provide out-of-the-box social media monitoring, but it didn’t. In response, Siddhartha Rai, program manager of business intelligence with Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2011 is showing the way it could be done.
| Thursday Nov 4, 2010
While there is a general consensus about the need to manage the explosion of data across an enterprise, there are many different views as to how that should happen. Texas-based Calpont has upgraded its InfiniDB to v2.0 to now include fast data loading and improved query response times.
| Monday Nov 1, 2010
Cloud-based business integration software provider Hubspan has just added new analytics software to its cloud-based integration platform WebSpan. This software, the company says, will provide all kinds of business intelligence from B2B integration processes.
| Thursday Oct 28, 2010
In the SMB space this week, HyperOffice has launched a new cloud-based project management offering, while Google looks to release a new online advertising product.
| Wednesday Oct 27, 2010
With only two months left to run in 2010, the first slew of predictions of the top technologies named by Gartner have arrived. While social computing, cloud computing and mobile applications make the list, so do the less glamorous areas of storage and analytics.
| Tuesday Oct 26, 2010
For a long time now, users have been asking what Big Blue plans on doing with all the acquisitions in business intelligence and analytics space (news, site) it made.
The release of Cognos 10, which combines social networking, collaboration, analytics and targets mobile workers, goes some way to answering that.
| Friday Oct 22, 2010
New technologies are emerging faster than ever. Companies who fail to recognize which technology is right for them could risk losing time, money and productivity. It would be one thing if innovation trickled down from the C-level suite, but we’ve learned that it’s more likely for ideas to come from empowered customers and employees. But what if there was another way to know which technologies to keep an eye on. Thanks to Forrester’s: The Top 15 Technology Trends EA Should Watch, there is.
| Thursday Oct 21, 2010
As organizations seeks to gain competitive advantage, vendors like JasperSoft (news, site) need to come up with solutions that help them get information into the right hands quickly. JasperSoft's newest reporting solution is designed to do just that.
| Thursday Oct 14, 2010
Corporate communicators have been lacking in the social media department for what seems like forever, and while that might have been okay in the past, there's less and less room for the socially inept in today's work force. This week we explored reasons behind the roadblock, as well as other struggles of giants such as Microsoft (Windows Phone 7, anybody?).
| Monday Oct 11, 2010
Endeca Latitude is a new Business Intelligence (BI) product from Endeca Technologies (news, site) aiming to provide organizations with the ability to not only find the information they’re looking for, but to also understand it -- and make intelligent daily decisions based on that.
| Thursday Oct 7, 2010
In this guest article Seth Grimes looks through the eyes of four industry experts, examining the relationships between content analytics, smart content and business intelligence. Do you know what content intelligence means for your organization?