New software tools empower end users to become citizen data scientists and create their own use cases of AI-driven analytics, writes Infor's Rick Rider
Enterprise hits and misses - community management vs ROI, digital pandemonium vs privacy and planning
This week - community managers get serious about ROI, while "digital pandemonium" forces contingency planning. BI aims for revenue impact, and the diginomica team hits the tarmac for your event scuttlebutt. Your whiffs include epic takedowns, and midflight meltdowns.
From phonograph to blockchain - there's a path there, says Salesforce's Peter Coffee.
The coding boot camp is using NoSQL database provider, MongoDB, to help students identify where they need to spend more time and to create personalized learning pathways.
Consumer publishing giant works with Talend to generate the insight that supports better customer targeting.
Dev Ittycheria explains to diginomica how the conversations he’s having with customers are changing and how MongoDB is now signing hundreds of deals north of $100,000.
We speak to Mat Keep, director of product marketing at MongoDB, about how the NoSQL vendor is extending services beyond the database.
Enterprise hits and misses - Apple lays claim to the privacy mantle, while Salesforce lays claim to Tableau
This week - Salesforce ratchets up the analytics stakes with its Tableau purchase. Meanwhile, Apple lays claim to the privacy mantle at WWDC, but does it deserve laurels? As always, your weekly whiffs.
In pursuit of happiness with the promise of harmonized data.
This wide-ranging conversation should be of interest to anyone who is looking to procure their next generation of BI tools.
What are the risks, opportunities and repercussions of applying artificial intelligence and machine learning to the finance function? Sage CTO Aaron Harris has some answers
Salesforce aims to bring "data literacy" to everyone in business with $15.7 billion takeover of Tableau
A major roll of the dice for Salesforce as it delivers on long-standing rumors of a takeover of Tableau.
Chris Worle, Chief Digital Officer (CDO) at investment firm Hargreaves Lansdown, is thinking about how data can be used to change a client’s digital experience.