Analytics represent the tools, processes and techniques for the exploration and analysis of business data to discover and identify new and meaningful insight and trends that allow for analysis to take place.


blogApache Spark may become the preferred analytics development platform for Hadoop.
Information Management NewsWells Fargo has joined a handful of banks running accelerator programs designed to nurture young fintech companies, foster new ideas and help financial institutions stay relevant in a digital age.
Information Management NewsOptimized pricing and new product and marketing opportunities will grow with big data analytics, says IDC Retail Insights
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Information Management NewsBig data analytics technologies are gaining popularity as “hyper-connectivity” and ubiquitous smart networks that form the Internet of Things generate a huge amount of structured, semi-structured and unstructured data, according to research firm Frost & Sullivan
New Product NewsNew product news: Quorum, Zettaset, Others Announce New or Updated Products or Services
BlogThe University of Chicago is indeed making moves in data science
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BlogIT is the fuel for a digital arms race as companies work to modernize existing offerings to include digital components, and to deliver new digital-first offerings to explore and enter new markets.
ColumnCRM data analytics can enable a business to make the sales process smarter as well as empower field reps with easy access to business intelligence. This is done not only by studying CRM data itself but also by enriching that data with additional information from both inside and outside the organization.
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New Product NewsLavastorm, Solix and others Announce New or Updated Products or Solutions
ColumnThis column is intended to inspire those prefer to do what you believe is correct rather than what is demanded of you.
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EducationDataScience@SMU is being delivered in partnership with 2U Inc., a provider of online education services for nonprofit colleges and universities
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InterviewJohn Myers, research director for analyst firm Enterprise Management Associates, believes the Internet of Things is the shiny new toy of big data - and with good reason.
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