Data will be further embedded into decision-making processes across businesses and industries, writes Daniel Ng of Cloudera.
Consolidation across data silos is now mainstream and a key business priority for enterprises as they move ahead in 2016, according to a Pivotal survey of its customers and partners across five countries in Asia Pacific.
2016 paints a new picture and here are the top six trends for the BI industry in the coming year, according to James Richardson of Qlik.
In 2016, data will increasingly stand at the core of decision making, not just for businesses, but also for the community at large, writes JY Pook of Tableau Software.
Data-rich private sector players like mobile operators and research institutions can work together to harness big data in the pursuit of large-scale positive societal impact, writes Mai Oldgard of the Telenor Group.
Businesses have never had so much data at their disposal but new research from TNS reveals that many are failing to use the information to help them make informed decisions.
While Code Halo thinking was originally established from online retailing and media/ entertainment, it is also increasingly becoming applicable to internal enterprise operations, such as software development, writes Jayajyoti Sengupta of Cognizant.
Digital marketing teams now have a new artificial intelligence-based tool called Deepo at their disposal to automate personalised messages to website visitors and enhance their online engagement.
Qlik Technologies wants to give users the intuitive capability to make sense of data and share it, and has big plans for Asia, writes Gabey Goh.
Mark Bentkower of CommVault Systems looks at the increasing need for enterprises to get CDOs on board, and what the role entails.