News & Commentary
Content tagged with Big Data posted in December 2010
Five Ways To Fool A Twitter Sentiment Tool
Commentary  |  12/16/2010  | 
Do sentiment-analysis tools pass the accuracy test? Here are five tests along with results using freely available products.
Walmart Extends Teradata Mega Deal
Commentary  |  12/15/2010  | 
Retailer will refresh its data warehouse technology and tap Teradata expertise, but there's no word on whether HP Neoview will be replaced.
Add Derived Data To Your DBMS Strategy
Commentary  |  12/14/2010  | 
Do you have a plan for managing more than just raw data? These five kinds of data can change the demands on your database management system.
HP Denies Neoview Cut, Hires SAP Exec
Commentary  |  12/13/2010  | 
Appointment fuels speculation on impending acquisitions. Internal memo underscores commitment to business intelligence and analytics.
What's Next And What's Missing From SAP
Commentary  |  12/8/2010  | 
Influencer Summit offers window on what's coming in mobility, analytics and in-memory functionality. But is the social networking strategy missing in action?
Don't Let BI Standardization Lead To Stagnation
Commentary  |  12/6/2010  | 
Consolidation among business intelligence vendors has made product selection harder than ever. Nonetheless, successful companies periodically review their choice of BI tools.
Powerful Databases Change BI's Footprint
Commentary  |  12/6/2010  | 
In-database analytics and in-memory computing should slim down business intelligence suites.
Can Analytics Help Resolve The Jeter Contract Flap?
Commentary  |  12/2/2010  | 
Statistical analysis is now a standard tool in the sports technology portfolio. But how do you measure loyalty, leadership and other qualitative values?
SAP Delivers Promised Analytic Appliance
Commentary  |  12/1/2010  | 
HANA is the application vendor's first step in a multi-year plan to reinvent enterprise IT with in-memory computing.


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