One of the overarching trends that has been present in virtually all IT transformations throughout the past few years has been the increasing inclusiveness of novel solutions and tools.
When discussing data analytics, professionals working with the technology often refer to the process of collecting raw information and turning it into "actionable intelligence" - a phrase my colleagues and I find to be overused.
The Internet of Things has been one of the most exciting trends in corporate computing throughout the past two years, as a proverbial universe of gadgets and tools are hitting the market quickly.
When big data first became a highly popular technology trend, discussions in boardroom meetings related back to volume and variety, as companies were viewing the analytics solutions as viable candidates to help them make sense of the complex and massive information assets.
As opposed to giving you a general overview of how certain teams are using data visualization, I'm going to tackle this discussion from two angles: smart devices and real-time analytics.
In my previous post announcing Datawatch’s debut on Gartner’s 2015 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics, we talked about how our strong scores for customer experience contributed heavily to Datawatch’s ranking. Our data discovery capabilities were also a key factor in making the Magic Quadrant cut. A core function for data discovery solutions is what Gartner calls “Freeform Interactive Exploration.” Altair scored…
We are excited to be positioned on Gartner's 2015 Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics for the first time.
Telecommunications is a pretty hot topic nowadays, especially considering the Net Neutrality debate that has flooded United States news outlets over the past few months.
If energy companies can find efficient methods of extracting and refining larger amounts of fossil fuels without increasing the amount of resources they use, economics would suggest the price of the resources would decrease.
Want to figure out how to build a better car? Take a page from Mercedes AMG and companies competing in the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix.