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Posted: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 - 09:20
Apple and IBM Partner, Hope to Save Lives with Big Data Analytics

by Angela Guess Jonny Evans recently wrote in Computer World, “Apple and IBM have reached a new agreement to use big data analytics to turn digital health into so much more than a step counter – the conjunction between these and others in the heal

Posted: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 - 09:15
Making the Most of Cloud-Based Business Intelligence

by Angela Guess Writing for Information Management, Bob Violino recently noted, “More than 50 percent of businesses currently use or plan to use cloud-based business intelligence, according to a survey by Dresner Advisory Services.

Posted: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 - 09:10
The Time to Consider Graph Databases Has Come

by Angela Guess Tony Agresta recently wrote in Tech Page One, “Graph databases are rapidly gaining traction in the market as an effective method for deciphering meaning but many people outside the space are unsure of what exactly this entails.

Posted: Wednesday, April 15, 2015 - 09:05
The Internet of Things Developer War

by Angela Guess Matt Asay recently wrote for ReadWrite, “Developers are the new kingmakers, and nowhere will this resonate more than in the growing Internet of Things market.

Posted: Tuesday, April 14, 2015 - 09:29
Smart Data Governance

by Jelani Harper The growth and usage of data have effectively ushered in a new era in Data Management, especially in Data Governance.

Posted: Tuesday, April 14, 2015 - 09:25
The Data Warehouse Isn’t Dead — It’s Healthier Than Ever

by Angela Guess James Kobielus recently wrote for InfoWorld, “When a topic is complex, people tend to indulge in sloppy analysis, inadvertently conflating concepts and making apples-to-oranges comparisons.

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