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How to speed up analytics in healthcare
Attendees at the TDWI conference in Boston explain how they are speeding up analytics in healthcare.

MongoDB founder on dynamic schemas and caching as a crutch
The train to NoSQL rode the rails of agility and scalability, according to Dwight Merriman, MongoDB co-founder.

Enterprise Hadoop promises to bring big changes
Long-time IT watcher Tom Davenport sees potential in the latest big data go-around, with enterprise Hadoop part of the mix.

Talking data: The Spark big data framework
The Spark Summit recently wrapped and the big data framework continues to grow in prominence. In this edition of Talking Data, Ed Burns and Jack Vaughan recap the conference and answer some key questions.

Retailer revs up analytics with cloud storage system
Cloud storage systems aren't necessarily at the top of every business list for analytic data stores, but one Japanese retailer has experienced success.

MemSQL targets cluster management; Syncsort puts big iron on EC2
New high-performance data management systems are adding management traits, as a recent MemSQL release attests. Meanwhile, SyncSort shows a way to mainframe data on the cloud.

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November 2012
Insights on the Run: Best Practices in Implementing Mobile BI
One way to make business intelligence more pervasive is to deliver it to business users instead of making them log in to a portal or dashboard. Mobile intelligence applications exploit the...

September 2012
Business-Driven BI
In this research report, Wayne Eckerson, TechTargetís Director of Research in Business Applications and Architecture Media Group, provides strategies and tips for self-service business intelligence.

June 2012
Exploiting Big Data: Strategies for Integrating with Hadoop to Deliver Business Insights
In this research report, Wayne Eckerson describes the emerging big data ecosystem in which Hadoop and analytical databases play an increasingly important role.

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