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Information. It's everywhere, flooding into the business like a tidal wave. And it's coming from an ever-widening array of data sources -- transaction processing systems, of course, but also Twitter, Facebook and their social media kin, mobile devices and the vastness of the cloud, Web server logs and sensors -- enough to submerge every glass-and-steel tower the world over. Someone has to make sure that data is available, accurate and accessible. To whom am I writing? Why, you, the business analyst. And both of you, data architect and IT manager. Ditto for the database administrator, developer and line-of-business manager. Business Information is for you -- all of you. It's a bimonthly magazine designed to help professionals throughout the enterprise manage corporate data in a business environment that is faster-paced and more complex than ever before. Our experienced staff of technology journalists will be your guide in this transformed landscape, explaining trends in business analytics and data management, delivering insight about social media and ... Access >>>
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Business professionals, this one is for you
by Jason Sparapani, Managing Editor, E-Publications
The inaugural issue of Business Information magazine explores mobile business application use in business, a call for leadership on BI teams, Oracle’s new release and more.
Security, data usage policies must-haves for mobile app management
by Jonathan Gourlay
Making corporate data available on mobile devices calls for careful management to keep business users from going down wrong paths in using the info.
Hindsight: The case of the faulty data quality process
by Nicole Laskowski
The discovery of discrepancies in a telecom company's data led to a realization that more robust procedures for ensuring data quality were needed.
- Business professionals, this one is for you by Jason Sparapani, Managing Editor, E-Publications
Mobile business apps for real, but post-PC future likely a mirage
by Beth Stackpole
Although the use of mobile applications is growing rapidly in businesses, IT managers don't expect mobile devices to oust PCs from the workplace.
In an information downpour, data virtualization products bloom
by Mark Brunelli
Data virtualization technology is playing a larger role in the data integration market, and it has the explosion of data types and sources to thank.
The buzz: Social media analytics tools a must for many
by Nicole Laskowski
No doubt you've heard the term social media analytics -- it's the gathering and exploring of social media data. Do you need to invest now? It depends.
- Mobile business apps for real, but post-PC future likely a mirage by Beth Stackpole
Introducing Pluggable Database, the star of Oracle Database 12c
by Mark Fontecchio
Meet Pluggable Database, the star of Oracle Database 12c—it may redefine database virtualization.
Mobile business applications are knocking at finance’s door
by Mary Driscoll
Smartphones and tablets help organizations’ employees see the same version of the performance picture. Will finance embrace these mobile solutions?
- Introducing Pluggable Database, the star of Oracle Database 12c by Mark Fontecchio
BI leaders need more than just technology
by Wayne Eckerson
It takes something other than fancy tools to lead in the business intelligence arena, says TechTarget's Wayne Eckerson, pointing to the ability to direct a diverse team.
- BI leaders need more than just technology by Wayne Eckerson
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