Tag: Data Integration
Actian’s acquisition of Pervasive Software is the latest example of the accelerating convergence of two of the most prominent trends in the industry — Big Data and the cloud. But, more importantly, the merger of the two companies illustrates that data integration is the linchpin to capitalizing on Big Data via a new generation of cloud-based analytics solutions. Click here to read THINKstrategies’ analysis of the industry implications of the merger of Actian and Pervasive Software’s mutual capabilities in Sandhill.com.
Time is running out to obtain complimentary passes to attend the second annual Cloud Analytics Summit on Thursday, May 2 in New York City.
The deadline for qualified CIOs and other corporate decision-makers from mid-size and large-scale enterprises to apply for the remaining passes to the Summit is Monday, April 15. Register now to capitalize on this limited offer. Others can click here to take advantage of the early bird discount rates currently available for the Summit.
The Cloud Analytics Summit will bring together leading CIOs, corporate executives and industry thought-leaders to discuss how organizations of all sizes can capitalize on the latest Cloud innovations to address their escalating Big Data, Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Integration challenges.Click here to see the roster of speakers presenting at the Summit and here to see the topics which will be discussed. Apply now for a complimentary pass or click here to take advantage of the early … Read More »
Strategic Big Data and Actionable Analytics are two of the Top 10 Strategic Technology Trends for 2013, according to Gartner. Yet only 12 percent have a big data strategy that governs their daily operations, a recent survey of 339 data management professionals by SAS and SourceMedia found.
In my view, this gap is the result of years of unfulfilled promises from a previous generation of business intelligence and data integration vendors who failed to provide organizations of all sizes with easy-to-use solutions to address their escalating needs. That was then. Today the number of tools available to make sense of Big Data is only growing, and that’s a good thing, because the need is deep.
Click here to read about innovative Cloud analytics services and solutions which are addressing these challenges in my latest guest blogpost in E-Commerce Times, and get a preview of … Read More »
The founders/CEOs of GoodData, CloudCheckr and Volometrix are the latest industry innovators to join the growing roster of speakers presenting their views at the second annual Cloud Analytics Summit on Thursday, May 2 in New York City.
The Summit will bring together executives from leading providers of innovative Cloud-based solutions addressing today’s escalating Big Data, Business Intelligence (BI) and Data Integration challenges, and CIOs and other key corporate decision-makers who are successfully employing these solutions to achieve their business objectives.
Roman Stanek, CEO/Founder of GoodData; Aaron Newman, CEO, CloudCheckr; Ryan Fuller Co-Founder & CEO, VoloMetrix will join Jeanette Horan, IBM’s CIO; Bill Krivoshik, SVP/CIO at Time Warner; Michael Hickins, Senior Editor, Wall Street Journal CIO Journal; Stephen David Spears, SVP, Application, ADI & IT Management, SAP AG; and many other innovative executives who will provide their perspectives at the Summit. Click here to see the entire roster of speakers presenting at this year’s Cloud Analytics Summit and … Read More »
The second annual Cloud Analytics Summit is attracting a growing number of CIOs and other important corporate decision-makers seeking to better understand how they can capitalize on Cloud-based solutions to address their Business Intelligence (BI), Big Data and Data Integration challenges.
The Summit is scheduled to take place on Thursday, May 2 at the Apella conference center in NYC, and will bring together an audience of key executives from a wide array of major corporations and institutions including the following enterprises:
The Dana Foundation
Standards & Poor’s
Cable & Gauge
The Cloud Analytics Summit is the first of the 2013 Cloud Innovators Summit executive forum series hosted by THINKstrategies, the Cloud Computing Showplace and Rising Tide Media. The series is aimed at helping corporate decision-makers better understand how they can leverage the latest Cloud innovations to achieve their business objectives. The second event of the Cloud Innovators Summit … Read More »
A growing number of established and emerging software and technology vendors are seeking to take advantage of the convergence of Big Data and the cloud. None has made a bigger bet than IBM. Since 2005, IBM has spent more than US$16 billion on 35 acquisitions to boost its analytics capabilities. The company is hoping that this investment will generate approximately $20 billion in annual sales analyzing business data by 2015 — a $4 billion jump from its current level.
The company isn’t being coy about its goals. Click here to read my views about IBM’s big bet on Cloud analytics. And, don’t forget to attend the Cloud Analytics Summit on Thursday, May 2 in NYC, hosted by THINKstrategies, the Cloud Computing Showplace and Rising Tide Media.
IBM’s CIO, Jeanette Horan, is the latest industry executive who has agreed to speak at the second annual Cloud Analytics Summit on Thursday, May 2 in New York City.
Ms. Horan’s organization supports IBM’s transformation agenda by ensuring that its technology strategy is aligned with its business objectives so the company can attain the goals established in IBM’s 2015 roadmap which include annual sales from analyzing business data of $20 billion in 2015. Since 2005, IBM has spent over $16 billion on 35 acquisitions to boost its analytics capabilities.
Ms. Horan was appointed CIO of IBM in May 2011. Previously she was the Vice President of Enterprise Business Transformation at IBM and was responsible for worldwide product development for the Information Management business in Software Group, and General Manager of IBM’s Silicon Valley Laboratory. Prior to joining IBM, Ms. Horan spent four years with Digital Equipment Corporation … Read More »
One of the ongoing challenges that continues to frustrate businesses of all sizes is data integration, and that issue has only become more complicated with the advent of the cloud. And, in the brave new world of the cloud, data integration must morph into a broader set of data management capabilities to satisfy the escalating needs of today’s business. Click here to read THINKstrategies’ perspectives on this escalating requirement in Sandhill.com.
Stephen David Spears, Senior Vice President & General Manager of SAP AG’s Application, Development, Integration and IT Management Software Organization, will kickoff the second annual Cloud Analytics Summit, Thursday, May 2 at the Apella Conference Center in New York City.
The Cloud Analytics Summit is the first of the 2013 Cloud Innovators Summit executive forum series hosted by THINKstrategies, the Cloud Computing Showplace and Rising Tide Media. The series is aimed at helping corporate decision-makers better understand how they can leverage the latest Cloud innovations to achieve their business objectives. The second event of the Cloud Innovators Summit series will be the third annual Cloud Channel Summit on Monday, November 4 at the Computer History Museum in Mountain View, CA.
Stephen directs SAP’s solution strategy and manages a diverse portfolio of SAP and third-party software solutions sold through the SAP Database and Technology Sales organization on a global basis. Stephen has also served in many other executive management … Read More »
Michael Hickins, the senior editor of the Wall Street Journal’s CIO Journal, has agreed to moderate a panel at the Cloud Analytics Summit on Thursday, May 2 in New York City entitled, “Redefining BI & Analytics in the Cloud.”
Prior to becoming the head of the CIO Journal’s editorial staff, Michael led the Wall Street Journal’s premium Web aggregation edition, WSJ Professional; managed the Digits technology blog; and was interim editor of CFO Journal. He was also executive editor at eWEEK.
Joining Michael on the panel is Dr. Irving Wladawsky-Berger who spent 37 years at IBM where he led the company’s initiatives in e-business, supercomputing and Linux. In his emeritus position, he continues to influence IBM’s Cloud Computing and Smart Cities strategies.
The Cloud Analytics Summit will provide an intimate opportunity for CIOs and other corporate executives to learn about the latest innovations and industry best … Read More »