- July 10, 2008
Enterprise content management technologies help companies meet compliance requirements and improve business processes, bringing order to unwieldy, unstructured content.
- July 08, 2008
More IT shops are asking questions about hosted Exchange Server 2007 simply because they don't want the burden of managing it themselves.
- February 18, 2008
Users love Microsoft's Office SharePoint Server, but the application brings fresh responsibilities to IT managers accustomed to infrastructure issues.
- January 31, 2008
A new business intelligence portal with enterprise search unveiled in advance of Sunday's Super Bowl XLII gives reporters a detailed look at NFL data, both past and present.
- January 09, 2008
Microsoft has bid $1.2 billion for enterprise search and business intelligence vendor Fast Search & Transfer ASA as it seeks to capitalize on the burgeoning market.
Sponsored by SAS Institute Inc. - With streaming analytics you can solve business problems in new ways and seize new revenue opportunities. You can reduce costs and increase efficiency while improving the safety of employees and the security of assets and intellectual property. See More
Sponsored by SAS Institute Inc. - Interactive data discovery and predictive analytics technologies allow business users and analysts to identify important trends and relationships in data sets and drill down into questions from any angle. They also allow business users to collaborate with specialists to create, refine and select the best predictive models. See More
Sponsored by SAS Institute Inc. - You’re getting started with a big data analytics project on Hadoop and are impressed by the cost savings on storage compared with your data warehouse. You’ve read that TrueCar, a company that collects vast volumes of car price data for its online car-buying business, has cut its monthly data storage cost from $19/GB to $0.23/GB. So you’re wondering, should you consider moving all your business intelligence efforts to Hadoop? See More
Sponsored by SAS Institute Inc. - You want to get started with a big data project at your company, but you're unfamiliar with Hadoop and you're unsure your project will deliver value. Relax. Many organizations are struggling to implement Hadoop for a variety of reasons. In "The Current State of Hadoop in the Enterprise," by the International Institute for Analytics and sponsored by SAS, you'll find a handy list of five steps to maximize the value of a Hadoop big data project for your organization. See More
- November 17, 2007
Gartner predicts that 90% of organizations will fail at their first attempts at data governance. An analyst outlines a data governance structure that includes checks and balances.
- October 30, 2007
Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Kansas City turned to data governance and business knowledge stewards to improve customer data.
- October 09, 2007
Librarians, or information scientists, as they are also referred to these days, are trained precisely in the skills that a knowledge manager or a business intelligence analyst often needs.
- June 18, 2007
Once thought of only as a means of group collaboration, an IDC study shows that IT managers now use Microsoft SharePoint to collect and organize data throughout the enterprise.
- June 06, 2007
Installations of Microsoft's SharePoint have quickly multiplied in enterprises as Windows shops make this technology a priority.
- May 07, 2007
Burton Group collaboration expert Peter O'Kelly tells IT managers why now is the time to develop a serious content and collaboration corporate strategy.
- February 13, 2007
Enterprise search platforms are a far cry from simple search engines. An IDC analyst and an experienced information expert share tips for evaluating enterprise search technology.
- October 26, 2006
Analyst firm AMR Research implemented enterprise search software for its Web site -- but found it could use the same platform for business intelligence and CRM analytics.
- September 18, 2006
EMC has pulled together components of Legato, Documentum and Smarts to create a data classification product for files.
- August 29, 2006
Later this year, Google will offer a desktop collaboration suite for enterprise users. Will IT shops bite?