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  • Approaches to SAP HANA Adoption: ERP, Business Intelligence, and More

    Sponsored by: Red Hat

    In this expert e-guide, we explore how organizations across a variety of industries are leveraging SAP's in-memory platform to enhance reporting, analytics, self-service BI, ERP transformation, mobility, and more. Discover which approach to SAP HANA – on premise, in the cloud, or via mobile apps – is best for you.

  • The Enterprise-Wide Benefits of Real-Time Data

    Sponsored by: Tealium

    Organizations that support real-time customer data enable marketers and data analysts to work with the same source, closing enterprise-wide gaps in insights. Read on to learn more about real-time data enrichment tools.

  • Big Data Poses Weighty Challenges for Data Integration Best Practices

    Sponsored by: SearchDataManagement

    Organizations that deploy big data platforms are finding that they also need an upgraded data integration framework to meet rising demands. In this expert handbook, uncover advice on how to navigate the demands of big data architectures, high volume data warehousing, and data lakes by updating your data integration strategy.

  • HPC and HPDA for the Cognitive Journey

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Big data holds great potential, but right now it's getting in the way, impinging on performance and scaling across most industries. Access this extensive white paper to prepare yourself to not just handle the mountain of data, but mine it for insights that will fuel your organization.

  • Understanding The Relationship Between Master Data Management (MDM) & Application Data Management (ADM)

    Sponsored by: Triniti

    Failure to recognize potential pitfalls in a master data management (MDM) program can leave you disappointed. In this paper, understand the relationship between MDM and application data management (ADM) to better trust your data and devote more time to operations – not fixing data.

  • Drive Deeper Insights across Data with SQL Server 2016

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    Explore how SQL Server 2016 can help drive deeper insights into big data from both relational and non-relational sources, in the cloud and on-premise. Discover how SQL Server 2016 helps you store data in more formats at scale, open up data access, provide predictive analytics, and share insights on-premise, via the web, and through mobile devices.

  • Why Your Data Warehouse Needs a Data Lake and How to Make Them Work Together

    Sponsored by: Zaloni

    Complementing your DW with a data lake can be a smart first step. But before tackling a DW augmentation project, it's a good idea to review your current resources and understand what you'll need. Explore 2 reasons why companies augment their DW, tips for seamlessly integrating a data lake into a DW, and more.

  • Embrace Self-Service Data Preparation and Analytics Tools to Avoid Data Chaos

    Sponsored by: Birst

    In this Gartner resource, discover the impact that the current trends in BI tools are going to have on the market, as well as some recommendations for how industry leaders can adapt to these changes. Inside, learn some best practices for fostering customer trust in your data, 4 categories of data preparation, and more.

  • Forecasting BI Trends In 2017

    Sponsored by: Yellowfin

    This BARC Research Study reveals a comprehensive picture of regional, company and industry specific differences in the BI market. The study is broken down into 6 areas, discussing top trending topics in BI this year, which industries are best leveraging BI, how the perception of the importance of BI trends varies across the world and more.

  • The Platform Transformation: How IoT Will Change IT and When

    Sponsored by: PTC

    This O'Reilly Media report explores key considerations for future-proofing elements of the IT stack and smoothing the transition to IoT components. Discover how IoT initiatives are expected to affect various layers of the IT stack, including data management, APIs, IoT apps, analytics, and more.

  • Analyst Review: Data Warehouse and Data Management Solutions for Analytics

    Sponsored by: Cloudera

    The following report is designed to help data, analytics, and IT leaders find the right data warehouse or data management vendor for their needs. Learn about vendor strengths and cautions for 21 different software systems.

  • Introducing Microsoft SQL Server 2016

    Sponsored by: Microsoft

    This robust e-book explores SQL Server 2016. Learn about its newest capabilities that can enable you to boost performance with: faster queries, an improved database engine, integrated reporting and analytics, and more.

  • Analytics in Healthcare: How 5 Healthcare Providers Are Turning Data Into Value

    Sponsored by: Information Builders

    This study examines how 5 healthcare organizations, participating in a collaborative forum for promoting best practices, are leveraging analytics and BI to drive organizational improvement and integrate data from multiple sources. Access now to learn about their data strategies and get tips about self-service BI, how to empower users, and more.

  • Multifaceted IoT Data Management Demands Vigilance, Flexibility, Upgrades

    Sponsored by: SearchDataManagement

    This handbook on IoT data management practices examines the challenges that must be addressed on the road to effective IoT management. It advises organizations to bulk up their IT architecture before tackling massive amounts of IoT data, proposes four critical steps in formulating all-encompassing IoT data management practices, and more.

  • An Analytical Approach to your Data Architecture

    Sponsored by: Zaloni

    With so much data available, managed data lakes are becoming crucial to the modern data architecture. Learn how they can give your enterprise the agility and scalability needed for timely discovery and valuable business insights from big data.

  • How Hadoop Can Make Integrating Structured And Unstructured Data Simple and Easy

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Access this white paper to learn how Hadoop can serve as an integration platform to harmonize data in a way that can be processed in relational databases and data warehouses. Inside, discover how Hadoop acts as a data lake, making mining for important information simple, simplify data access for non-technical users, and more.

  • Benefits and Pitfalls Of Hadoop Adoption

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Learn 6 reasons to consider Hadoop for your data management and analytics program, and discover several reasons why such a large program may not be the right fit for you (e.g. you work mainly in SQL or you need high levels of security).

  • Hadoop Makes Big Data Storage Accessible For Everyone

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Discover how Hadoop flipped the traditional big data storage paradigm by adopting a philosophy of using commodity hardware and storage to build the equivalent of a data warehouse at a much lower cost. Learn how Hadoop's extreme flexibility gives it the ability to natively scale-out and accommodate both structured and unstructured data.

  • How Embedded BI Programs Turn Analytics Into Action Fast

    Sponsored by: SAP

    In this expert e-guide, you'll discover 10 best practices for implementing a fast new BI platform or improving your existing one. Then, learn the story of how Urban Airship Inc. developed an embedded analytics program of their own.

  • Data Warehousing Is Improved By Integrating Big Data Capabilities

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Both big data and data warehousing systems experience increased performance when they work together. In this expert e-guide, uncover the importance of data warehouses' storage and organization abilities, and learn how they can be combined with the increased analytics power of big data systems to provide improved insights.

  • Visualizing the Future of Big Data and Predictive Analytics

    Sponsored by: SearchDataManagement

    Explore how predictive analytics and data visualization can help you make sense of your analytics, how a security expert/cryptographer is using big data analytics and the cloud to make open source code safe for app developers and off-limits to hackers, and more.

  • Improving Manufacturing with Advanced Data Analytics

    Sponsored by: Intel Corporation

    Increasing complexity in products, manufacturing processes, and the Internet of Things (IoT) means that massive amounts of data are being generated every day. Find out how to address 3 of the biggest challenges of data management with integrated analytics so you can reduce costs, improve process cycle time, and speed up time to market.

  • Integrated Analytics: Manage the Growing Diversity of Sales and Marketing Data Sources

    Sponsored by: Intel Corporation

    This white paper explores how to enable an integrated analytics approach by leveraging data lake models, visualizations, and self-service BI. Find out to simplify big data, overcome traditional data warehouse limitations, and increase efficiency with automation.

  • Database Explorations: Learn About Redis NoSQL Server Clusters

    Sponsored by: IBM

    This geek guide by web development expert Reuven Lerner highlights the factors that make Redis NoSQL server clusters worth considering. Explore the technical underpinnings that make Redis currently the most popular NoSQL technology.

  • An Integrated Approach: Analytics, Data Warehouses, Big Data and More

    Sponsored by: IBM

    Find out how you can leverage an integrated appliance to make data computing simpler. You'll discover how to bring analytics right into the database, add agility, and eliminate siloes. Additionally, you'll learn how to optimize the performance of data warehouse services for analytic apps, including those that require big data capabilities.

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