The Attunity Blog
In my last post, I pondered the question, is faster decision making the same as “better” decision making? Answering that question might be a little tricky when there are no clear specifications for assessing the quality of a decision. Therefore, as a thought experiment, it might be worth considering some potential characteristics of different types of decisions and then infer timeliness expectations with respect to the quality (or perhaps, “effectiveness”) of the decision-making process
Anyone exposed to product marketing materials from vendors in the business intelligence (BI), enterprise information management, Big Data, or analytics platform spaces would be familiar with typical “value drivers” for high computational or data access performance. One particular benefit that is often prominent is the promise of “faster and better decision making,” although the precise wording of the concept may differ slightly here and there.
This two-part series focuses on the challenges associated with SharePoint and Team Foundation Server 2010. Read the second post below to review a set of questions that can help IT teams evaluate the best strategy for deploying builds from Team Foundation Server 2010 to SharePoint
This two-part blog series focuses on the challenges associated with SharePoint and Team Foundation Server (TFS) 2010. Read the first post below to learn more about a framework that IT teams can use to analyze their current content management and application lifecycle management processes to identify where weaknesses may exist.
Did you know that the amount of data being generated globally increases by 40 percent annually? Consequently, it’s no surprise that leading enterprises today demand real-time access to their respective datasets. Not only are enterprise datasets growing exponentially, but the variety and complexity of such data is greater than ever before. In addition, organizations of all sizes are beginning to utilize more non-traditional application deployments such as cloud and third-party service providers.