As a follow-up to his last column on ‘Big data requires big decisions,’ DNA columnist Bernard Sia this week talks about the massive changes required to ensure successful big data implementations – and also offers an example of the Empire using Rebel technology!
According to a study by Infogroup Targeting Solutions and Yesmail Interactive, marketers worldwide are continuing to invest in making sense of the surge of data produced by digital interactions with customers.
Businesses today need to embrace business analytics across the whole enterprise more seriously and use the intelligence derived from this discipline to stay ahead of competitors, according to business intelligence and analytics player SAS.
DNA columnist Bernard Sia looks at the required fundamentals if you’re thinking about going the ‘big data’ way.
For the past few years, companies have been touting the advantages of business intelligence (BI) as a means to gain competitive advantage over their rivals. But while enterprises are just beginning to apply BI as a tool to analyze their business performance, a new catchphrase in analytics has appeared in the past year, and as with all new trends, has begun to capture the imagination of businesses, writes Edwin Yapp
After at least a year of big data awareness campaigns and publicity in the media by big money spending vendors, the term still brings with it a lot of hype, while its adoption will remain variable over the next two years, according to a new study from Forrester.
If you want to grab more market share, it’s time to look at your operation through a fresh lens. There are some great ideas brewing in the global community that will help you outdistance your competitors, writes Verne Harnish.
Sentiment surrounding big data vendors remained positive last year, despite skeptics’ suggestions that the subject had been ‘over-hyped’, according to analyst firm Ovum.
After yesterday’s main theme of how organizations are leveraging upon the benefits of implementing a social business strategy, the second day of IBM Connect in Orlando, Florida shifted its focus to the underlying technologies and trends which enable a social enterprise. Gabey Goh reports.
Huawei has released its 2012 financial performance results, saying it expects global sales revenues to reach 220.2 billion yuan, an 8% year-on-year increase; with a net profit of 15.4 billion yuan, a 33% increase from the previous year.