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Dan Woods, February 5, 2016

The business keeps asking for more data, but more data doesn’t guarantee better analysis. The only thing more data guarantees is increasing data management costs. It’s critical that IT organizations learn how to make smart decisions about what data to keep – and what to offload to lower cost platforms. Learn more in post 4 of the Dan Woods series.

Dan Woods, January 28, 2016

As data grows, the platforms that support it both increase in size and multiply because different platforms optimize different workloads. That’s why placing data on the right platform is critical to enabling enterprises to efficiently manage data. Successful enterprises are taking notice and realizing significant benefits by modernizing and optimizing data placement. Learn more in the third post in the Dan Woods, Attunity series!

Dan Woods, January 21, 2016

Moving data, transforming data, and making it available to the business is a very expensive process. Given data’s rapid rate of growth – and the amount of waste in the current data management paradigm – it’s time that IT organizations and their solution providers transform the economics of data. Read the second post in the Dan Woods, Attunity series to find out more.

Dan Woods, January 12, 2016

No one would deny that data growth is an unstoppable trend. But that’s not the issue. The real issue is how organizations can make big data meaningful when IT resources are shrinking. Find out more in the first post of the Dan Woods and Attunity series.

Kevin Petrie, January 8, 2016

Big Data analytics hold universal value because investors and businesses everywhere need to know more – about their customers, markets and partners. The more we know, the lower the risk of new ventures.

Kevin Petrie, December 23, 2015

As in many families, my kids don’t share my excitement for my line of work. It’s not easy to explain the value of analytics and data management to a third grader, first grader and toddler. We are all students of how data analytics is changing our world. Learn more about how Attunity can help you integrate analytics data and change your organization.

Martin Hamilton, December 17, 2015

Today, governments are under great pressure to operate more efficiently with fewer resources.

This is easier said than done. About 57% of public servants are challenged by limited resources and 33% struggle with disparate data sources, according to a recent Aberdeen Group survey of public sector agencies globally. To deliver more with less, Aberdeen Group found most respondents are using analytics to better manage performance, budgets and forecasts, and reduce operational costs.

Within the UK, public sector organisations face continued pressure to reduce expenditure and...

Reza Khan, December 10, 2015

Today, Attunity announced a new cloud offering, Attunity CloudBeam for Google Cloud SQL. Attunity CloudBeam now accelerates data transfer between on-premises enterprise data sources and Google Cloud SQL which customers can leverage for cloud-based business intelligence (BI) and Big Data analytics applications.

Adrian Bromell, November 26, 2015

Boy is November a busy time of year! Since the first firework went off at the start of the month, this month has been a rollercoaster of conferences for the UK Attunity Gold Client team – from SAP TechEd Barcelona at the beginning of November to the UK & Ireland SAP User Group Conference last week.

At these events it’s always a fantastic opportunity for Attunity to have a booth in the exhibition hall. It’s our chance to show off our solutions to demonstrate how they can help you, see old friends and keep up to date with all the latest industry news.

For those we had...

Kevin Petrie, November 24, 2015

It’s not hard to find examples of how Big Data analytics and artificial intelligence are re-defining healthcare.

Cerner integrates Electronic Medical Records and other files in a Cloudera Hadoop “Data Hub” that has saved lives by spotting bloodstream infections. IBM Watson, meanwhile, reviews millions of patient cases to diagnose a variety of medical conditions and prescribe personalized treatment plans.

Software like this exceeds the processing capacity of any doctor, which raises questions about the future of doctors and nurses.

And this job uncertainty...

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