Without data, you're just another person with an opinion.
—W. Edwards Deming, Data scientist »
While data analytics and BI can yield better operational management, higher efficiency better processes, and help enterprises remain competitive or meet missions, BI tools are not always easy to implement.
Medical science is getting more and more like math. There's big data to parse, genes to sequence, neural networks to model.
Enterprises are shifting to hybrid cloud environments at an ever-increasing rate to reduce costs and improve end-user performance. By 2018, hybrid cloud adoption is expected to triple.
If you’re cultivating the next generation of data leaders in your organization, there are three key skills or traits that you should nourish: a business mentality, a broad analytics understanding, and an eye for trends.
It's now safe to assume that all software-based businesses will be cloud-based eventually. That raises an important question: Do we know how the major players are doing in the cloud?
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