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  • Building a SOA Center of Excellence for Application Integration

    Access the following expert e-guide to uncover why you need to consider shifting your efforts to building a powerful application integration center. Discover the benefits to be gained with a successful SOA approach and how you can virtually eliminate missteps and slowed processes.

  • Application Integration: On-Premises vs. SaaS

    This E-Guide provides expert tips and best practices on deciding between on-premises vs. SaaS and dealing with the application integration woes that follow.

  • Five Things to Consider Before Moving Legacy Development Efforts to PaaS

    For software developers, Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) offers clear advantages over managing your own development infrastructure and allows more time to focus on designing and coding. But is PaaS right for all development projects? Before you make the move to PaaS, there are several questions to ask yourself and your prospective vendors.

  • Essential Guide to API Management and Application Integration

    Explore your API options in this essential guide with tips from experts including Alex Gaber, API evangelist. Check out a range of stories that highlight examples of successful API management, trends with the technology, and key terms developers need to know.

  • BI in the Sky: Making Cloud Analytics Work

    How can you decide if you should invest in cloud BI tools? Learn crucial information about cloud BI and analytics for IT decision-makers. Discover the biggest trends, benefits, and challenges of cloud BI tools.

  • Operational Intelligence Adds to Business Smarts

    In this 3-part guide, SearchBusinessAnalytics explores organizations' operational intelligence initiatives and their impact on business processes in customer service, logistics, energy, and manufacturing.

  • Stream Processing Helps Users Ride Big Data River

    Stream processing isn't for everybody, but for those that need real-time analysis, strapping it to big data technologies could pay dividends.

  • Business Information E-Zine: New Talent Management Software Finds Hidden Talent

    New talent management software is lifting human resources out of its paper-pushing past -- and helping it become a strategic part of the business. Learn about the latest innovations from industry experts in this issue of Business Information e-zine.

  • Business Information ANZ January 2015

    Australia's workforce-management industry has rapidly shifted to embrace all manner of online innovation to allow firms to find, recruit, and train key staff from anywhere in Australia (and out of it).

  • Business Information Asean January 2015

    As companies across Asia Pacific expand their footprint to markets including the dynamically growing Asean subregion, companies in this part of the world increasingly rely on HR system to win the brewing war on talent.

  • Embedded BI: Putting Reporting and Analysis Everywhere

    SearchBusinessAnalytics Benchmark Reports examine customer perceptions and adoption rates of technologies in established segments of the business intelligence (BI) market. Each Benchmark Report focuses on a specific area and surveys senior BI and IT professionals to understand the current market state for that segment of the BI market.

  • Big Data Analytics Calls for Agile Minds

    In this three-part guide, expert consultants weigh in with concrete offers of encouragement for companies struggling to turn big data into valuable business insight. Discover tips, delivered by Keith B. Carter, on how to avoid two big mistakes that many organizations make on big data analytics projects.

  • Avoid Mixed Sentiments on Social Media Analytics

    Social media analytics has failed to meet its lofty expectations, despite a host of presumed business benefits. There is value to be found, but companies need to learn how.

  • Building BI Dashboards: What to Do - and Not Do

    Business intelligence dashboards make it easier for corporate executives and other business users to understand and analyze data. Alas, there are right ways and wrong ways to take on and design these dashboards—so how do you do it? Consult the following expert handbook to find out now.

  • Enterprise Hadoop: Ready for Prime Time?

    SearchBusinessAnalytics Benchmark Reports examine customer perceptions and adoption rates of technologies in established segments of the business intelligence (BI) market. Each Benchmark Report focuses on a specific area and surveys senior BI and IT professionals to understand the current market state for that segment of the BI market.

  • Well-Built Models Set Up Big Data Projects to Prosper

    Predictive analytics in big data modeling provide organizations with increased opportunities to use their collections of big data.

  • Real-Time BI Gives Performance Envelope a Big-Time Push

    Read this four-part expert e-book for practical advice for evaluating, planning, and managing deployment of real-time analytics systems for maximum insights and minimal complications.

  • Predictive Analytics in Action: Real-World Examples and Advice

    Building predictive models is a complex, time-consuming process that demands a lot of skill. This expert e-guide reveals key steps to develop and implement a successful predictive analytics initiative. Discover how you can monitor the accuracy of predictive models, identify ideal candidates for predictive analytics teams, and more.

  • Making Predictive Analytics Pervasive: Deployment Trends

    Based on a survey of more than 3,000 IT and business professionals, this exclusive benchmark report provides insights on predictive analytics deployment trends. Uncover key findings on implementation status, project steps, most important features, and much more to guide your own analytics strategy.

  • Mastering the Machinery of Big Data Offers Operational Edge

    Big data analytics can turn raw material into useful information—but a lot of refining is required and it takes the right skills to maximize big data efforts. In this special guide, receive expert insights on using sensor-driven apps to make decisions, and learn what it takes to master data-driven projects and avoid mistakes.

  • The Path to Payoff on Big Data Analytics

    Before you can hope to reap the benefits of big data initiatives, it's important to strategize and plan -- the earlier, the better. In this exclusive guide, learn more about analytic deployments that can help you manage their big data quickly and easily to gain actionable insights.

  • Business Information E-Zine: NoSQL Makes its Mark

    In this issue, we drill down on the facts of NoSQL databases, tapping into the experiences of savvy startups and other companies whose needs led them to NoSQL technologies. But is NoSQL right for you? Companies with fast-growing vaults of Web, social media, demographic and machine data should pay attention. IT experts chime in with timely advice.

  • Data Governance for the Enterprise

    Data governance is all about managing data as a business asset and ensuring that data is accurate, consistent, integrated, timely, complete and secure. This report examines the market trends for implementing data governance.

  • Big Data Buying Decisions Call for Open Eyes and Minds

    This expert e-book chapter will provide IT, BI and analytics managers with information on the current state of big data adoption and advice on how to prepare for and launch projects. Inside, you'll discover key issues to consider in the big data technology evaluation and selection process.

  • Social Business, Collaboration Takes the Enterprise into Uncharted Waters

    Access this e-guide to find experts examine how social media has catalyzed better collaboration, more democratic business process management, and - with the right amount of planning and analysis - significant ROI.

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