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Analytics - What's Changed?

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Salesforce acquires Tableau and Logi acquires Zoomdata

For too long there have been too many BI/analytics vendors. Now there are two fewer.
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Looker. The next generation of analytics. Are you ready for it?

Each winter you get the reviews of the market by all of the big US-based analyst houses, which is of interest because so many technologies start off in the US and take quite some time to get to EMEA. Over…
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Transforming TIBCO

TIBCO has announced the acquisition of Alpine Data. Last month it acquired Composite Software from Cisco and in the summer, it acquired Statistica. What's going on?
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A quiet revolution

Analytics and graphs are appearing in more and more software tools
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Advizor Solutions

Advizor is an often overlooked competitor to Qlik, Tableau and Spotfire.
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Hello Earth: we have lift off!

Rocket Software is just about to launch a data preparation/analytic platform.
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Datawatch and data preparation

Datawatch has launched its Managed Analytics Platform, which brings together data preparation and Panopticon.
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Apple fails customers

An update on Acunu
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NuoDB Swifts Release 2.1

NuoDB is a very interesting product, both from a conceptual and an architectural point of view.
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Informatica: beyond integration

Informatica is building support for big data query preparation and self-service.
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Whatever has happened to Acunu?

Acunu appears to have gone out of business. Except it hasn't. What is going on and why aren't they telling us?
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Purview transforms your network into a corporate asset capable of improving your business performance.

Purview from Extreme Networks offers a probably unique insight capability sitting on top of your corporate network
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Vitria - Operational Intelligence enhanced with BAM capability

Vitria enhance its Operational Intelligence capability with a new BAM capability
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Pentaho 5.0, a look at how they believe they are enabling the future of analytics

Latest version of this popular open source BI tool examined
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Is data warehousing holding back the advance of analytics?

I take a look at Pervasive's DataRush, potentially the most disruptive idea in analytics since Bill Inmon told us to build data warehouses.
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ActuateOne: a first look at a significant player

Actuate's ActuateOne commercial BI platform and product suite, and the Eclipse BIRT (Business Intelligence and Reporting Tools) open source project, comes of age with the addition of advanced analytics.
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Teradata and SAS join forces

Teradata and SAS have jointly launched an appliance. Given their respective positions in the market this is bad news for the competition.
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Themes for 2012

Some thoughts about may happen next year in the information management space
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Alpine Data: the first real data mining solution for the Big Data generation

Data Mining is essential to the analysis of Big Data but traditional Data Mining only scales at a great cost, making the ROI less than compelling until now
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A closer look at Oryx from Accountagilty

Accountagility's Oryx is s desktop analyics tool that in one tool handles extract, validate, transform and publish capabilities via a point and click interface.
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Geographic and geospatial musings

Some thoughts on GIS and spatial analytics
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Whither analytics?

What's happening with analytics and what can we expect.
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Pervasiveness and micro-decisions

IBM's information-led transformation is all about making optimal use of information
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The future of data mining

IBM's recent announcement that it is to acquire SPSS not only has implications in terms of the completeness of IBM's analytics offering but it also has ramifications for the future of data mining...
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