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TDWI Checklist Report | Governing Big Data and Hadoop

Posted in: Master Data Management - Oct 01, 2016

Big data presents significant business opportunities when leveraged properly, yet it also carries significant business and technology risks when it is poorly governed or managed.top

Business, IT, and Self-Service Data Preparation: Can We Talk?

Posted in: Business Intelligence - Sep 29, 2016

One of the hottest trends today is self-service data preparation. Following the path of front-end tools for self-service business intelligence (BI) and visual analytics, self-service data preparation is aimed at providing nontechnical business users with the ability to explore data and choose data sets to fit their BI and analytics requirements. The goal is to reduce IT hand-holding—an ambitious one considering that, according to TDWI research, in most organizations IT manages nearly all data preparation steps, which can include data ingestion and collection, data transformation, data quality improvement, and data integration. Self-service data preparation thus represents a significant and potentially destabilizing change for IT and the way that IT and business work together.top

Land O’Lakes: How Free-Form Data Lakes Are Complementing Structured Data Warehouses

Posted in: Business Intelligence - Sep 28, 2016

As the data warehouse environment (DWE) continues to evolve, one of its strongest trends is the diversification of data platforms. A rigorously structured relational data warehouse is still at the heart of the DWE, but it is being joined more and more by other platform types, including data platforms based on columns, appliances, graph, streaming data, and open source.top

Harnessing the Power of Embedded Analytics for Financial Services

Posted in: Business Intelligence - Sep 20, 2016

Firms in financial services and many other industries are under pressure to improve efficiency, productivity, and decision-making power. For both daily operational and strategic decisions, organizations need to draw insights quickly from quality data so that they can understand and act on changes in markets, regulations, operations, customer behavior, fraud patterns, and the competitive landscape. Financial services firms need to be smarter and faster to survive in an industry where business models are changing and old ways of managing risk are out of date.top

TDWI E-Book // How Your Business Can Maximize Data’s Value: Enterprise Data Intelligence

Posted in: Master Data Management - Sep 08, 2016

Download this e-book to read articles, opinions, and interviews on data management trends and how enterprises are changing the way they deal with data.top

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