By. Gareth Martin, Solutions Principal, HP Information Management & Analytics Services
It’s always entertaining as a non political (I mean in the business world) individual watching the puppet show as one tech giant bites and the other bites back as seems to happen between Oracle and all of their (many) foe’s with great frequency. This week it was SAP biting back in a blog post on October 2nd from Vishal Sikka (Setting the Record Straight – SAP HANA v. Exadata X3), correcting Oracle on a swathe of misrepresentations of the SAP HANA in-memory product set. Well I do agree that it’s always good to set records straight so for all of you who would like to read a realists view of the biggest challenges of SAP HANA implementations…read on!
Converting social information into business value. “Actioning” your data. Making information matter. Can someone please pass me the Exedrin bottle? I have a migraine because this is much easier said than done!
By Alex Gurevich, Senior Principal Solution Architect, HP Enterprise Services
What are the real drivers of Big Data architectural decisions for your organization? Are they the right drivers?
Last week, I posted a blog about cost as a driver for Big Data information architecture, noting that sticker shock can cause knee-jerk reactions. Now, I’d like to examine the business considerations that can impact discussions about information architecture, including company culture as a more appropriate driver.
Brands are continuously finding it difficult to establish a connection with their consumers and more so in this digital age. Brand touch points have increased in comparison to what they used to be. More interestingly, customers now have the power to make them heard..
Facebook is preparing for its IPO this week, and this will imply some major changes for the company, But going public will also affect the social media industry