HP recently teamed with TDWI (The Data Warehousing Institute) and author David Loshin to sponsor a TDWI Checklist, “Strategic Planning for Big Data Management.” In this Checklist, you’ll find seven tips on developing a business intelligence strategy that addresses today’s Big Data challenges and opportunities while providing flexibility for new technologies, future Big Data scenarios, and changing business needs.
A recent study by HP and Coleman Parkes reveled that nearly 50 percent of executives believe they do not have an effective information strategy in place within their organizations. Based on this discovery, we decided it was time to get “loud” about the virtues of information strategy and why it is so critical to information management and analytics success. That is why you’ll see a session at HP Discover 2012 dedicated to HP Master Plan.
By Michael Mansur
Competency Lead, HP Global Methods, Enterprise Information Solutions
Last week I wrote a post about the business and IT challenges organizations deal with when they lack a business intelligence vision and strategy. Why have these challenges persisted after years of investment in information management solutions? Even as we talk with clients and prospects about business intelligence strategy, they describe recurring obstacles standing in their way.