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Business Intelligence / BI stories - Page 4
Informatica and Inteliment announce global technology alliance
The partnership will aim to provide customers with a unique set of joint solutions.
Is traditional BI software hampering your IoT success?
Reliance on traditional BI software could be hampering IoT deployments, with a new report advocating AI at the edge for maximum value.
BOARD International steps up Australian presence with Sydney channel partner
Business intelligence and analytics firm BOARD International has signed on Infocube as its latest channel partner in the Australian market.
Japan data intelligence firm buys Melbourne-based Space-Time Research
A Japanese business intelligence and analytics firm has bought out Melbourne-based software company Space-Time research.
Turning digital data into a digital goldmine for business intelligence
"Data intelligence and digital strategy need to be matched with benefits and measured with appropriate governance.
Biometrics allows SMBs to snap selfies for loan applications
Snap a selfie to satisfy security? Australian small businesses now have the option of snapping selfies as part of their loan application process.
Local BI and analytics market powering ahead says Gartner
BI and analytics software growth in excess of the global average is forecast for both Australia and New Zealand this year. And the drivers are...
How cool & innovative are your BI and analytics capabilities?
Gartner are in the throws of identifying 'cool' vendors this year - here are some approaches to take to get on the board.
Rapid enterprise cloud adoption bolsters Kiwi company
This Kiwi company that helps businesses tap into cloud technologies and business analytics has experienced incredible growth.
Australia leading the world in AI technology
Australian businesses are spending big on AI technology, investing on average $6 million a year - a huge sum that is second only to the US.
New Year’s resolutions for BI & analytics
In such a busy, exciting space, it would be easy to work nonstop. There is little time to breathe.
Fast data analytics requires even faster governance
Data can be ingested, analysed, and visualised in near-real time – leaving little chance for compliance practitioners to interpret or react to trends.
Uncovering growth opportunities in the transforming business analytics market
Vendors need to take a bi-modal approach to how you build your product portfolio as well as how you go-to-market.
Investing in transformation on a budget: Is it possible?
"Today many businesses are looking to modernise their IT strategies but are working within the confines of a limited budget."
Growing demand for analytics drives IT spending
As big data takes on a momentum of its own, driven by developments in IoT technologies and more, businesses are discovering the power of analytics.
The tool that lets large business fight back the digital disrupters
Cloud, big data, business intelligence and other modern technologies come together in a new enterprise tool.
Hitachi makes tracks in the Internet of Things market
"Hitachi is making good progress toward positioning itself to be one of the few likely IoT powerhouses as the market shakes out.”
IDEAStarter competition urges Kiwi youth to turn ideas into action
“IDEAStarter is for creative, enthusiastic young people who are eager to learn and turn their ideas - no matter how big or small - into businesses."
New research reveals Australian CEOs top concerns
CEOs are expecting significant challenges this year, primarily adapting to change, managing staff and maintaining growth.”
Unified communications and collaboration: The way of the future?
"UC&C platforms are fast replacing VoIP systems as the go-to technology for enterprises to interact both internally and with other businesses."
Blue Coat Systems dominates network security forensics market
"Blue Coat's mission is to provide enterprises a way to not only block attacks before they happen, but track, respond to and mitigate any attacks."
SuperTech event promises to ready Kiwi businesses for the digital world
New Zealand’s Employers and Manufacturers Association (EMA) developed SuperTech 2016 to give Kiwi businesses ‘inspiration in the digital world’.
Unified Communications: the challenges and benefits according to Dell
“Organisations are increasing investments in unified communications platforms to support a growing remote workforce, yet they lack clear insights."
Australian businesses: Prepare for an economic slowdown
Business risks are expected to increase in 2016. At the same time, it is unlikely there will be any improvement in the coming year