John L. Myers
John Myers is Research Director Business Intelligence at Enterprise Management Associates. Myers delivers comprehensive coverage of the business intelligence and data warehouse industry with a focus on database management, data integration, data visualization, and process management solutions.
Recent Stories From this Author
Is There a Place for NoSQL in BI and Analytics?
February 20, 2014 Professionals pushing the envelope of their business should understand how NoSQL can provide data for BI and analytics
Outside the Box: NoSQL Document Databases
January 31, 2014 Some product reality to ground the ideas of NoSQL with real-world applications
New Year! New Thoughts on NoSQL
January 16, 2014 Predictions for NoSQL for 2014
Importance of NoSQL to Discovery
November 13, 2013 When you use the analytical process known as discovery, I recommend that you look for tools and environments that allow you...
Bringing SQL to NoSQL: Future or Fool's Errand?
October 15, 2013 One of the more interesting concepts in the world of NoSQL is the push to bring SQL access to flexible multi-structured data...
NoSQL in Health Care Moves from Prediction to Probable
May 22, 2013 Industries need realistic details on new, emerging tech
How to Build Your NoSQL Team
April 15, 2013 Not all people work the same way. Nor does your data
Social Graphs and Applied NoSQL Solutions
March 5, 2013 Do graph data stores have a future in your organization? Do you have information that might easily be placed into a graph...
The Death of Innovation? No So Fast ...
February 19, 2013 Big data, flush toilets and countering The Economists definition of invention
How to Handle NoSQL Ideas
February 7, 2013 Relational solutions often involve a change in mindset
The Database Tool Trap
January 23, 2013 Are we beholden to the unstructured nature of NoSQL as we were to the structure of the relational database?
2013 Predictions for NoSQL
January 9, 2013 Bang your head to these data management hits, past and present
What Does NoSQL Mean To You?
December 26, 2012 NoSQL can mean many things to many people, so maybe we should avoid strict definitions for now
Future of Data Management
December 4, 2012 The more information that you have and leverage, the better armed an organization will be for competitive advantage
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