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Business Information - April 2013, Volume 1, Number 2

The information explosion is in need of a cleanup crew, and this one comes equipped with advanced analytics and in-memory technology to pick up the slivers, piece them together and glean business insight. In this issue of Business Information, learn what in-memory is, why it's important and what companies are doing with technologies like SAP's HANA and Oracle's Exalytics. And find out how companies are using social media analytics to sift through Twitter and Facebook and gain meaningful knowledge about their customers—with the goal of serving them better. Keep reading for Wayne Eckerson's take on this cutting-edge trend and applications consultant Josh Greenbaum on touchscreen laptops. And find out whether the constant pipeline of enterprise apps to smartphones and tablets is sucking time away from professionals' personal lives.   Access >>>

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