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Mobile Data, Not Just Mobile BI

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Jake Freivald | augustus 26, 2011

An article at SearchSAP.com highlights an issue that is relevant to every business user of mobile devices, and especially to everyone who is considering mobile business intelligence. It starts by talking about sharing information with people: There are a wide variety of mobile applications to show...

Why Break-Through Innovations Come From Unexpected Places

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Rado Kotorov | augustus 19, 2011

I recently read a story about the GoPro camcorder, which has become a favorite device among extreme sports professionals and enthusiasts.  This very small, seemingly indestructible camcorder can be attached to snowboards, surfboards, ski poles, car hoods, etc. Hundreds of thousands have...

Unsung Heroes in the International Financial Crisis

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Kathleen Moran | augustus 11, 2011

Alpha Bank Leads Greece on the Road to Recovery As the Greek economy struggles to right itself after three years of recession, government regulators look to industry leaders like Alpha Bank to provide critical information that indicate trends in national and international financial markets. It...

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Mobile BI Twinterview Recap

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Jake Freivald | juli 29, 2011

Last week we hosted a “Twinterview” with Howard Dresner from Dresner Advisory Services on the state of all things mobile BI. We posed a lot of questions to Howard about the industry and also generated some good discussions among those who were following our Twinterview hashtag (#MobileBI). The...

End User Resistance to Change

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Rado Kotorov | juli 11, 2011

A few IT professionals recently asked me why employees are so attached to old tools, and so hesitant to embrace new ones.  This resistance to change frequently forces IT staff to maintain legacy solutions, or to select suboptimal BI platforms, simply because they look familiar to business...

Wagging the Dog: BI and Data Quality

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Kathleen Moran | juni 27, 2011

It’s interesting to observe how one technology advancement drives another. Take BI and data quality. Many organizations want to extend decision-making capabilities to users on the front lines, which leads to pervasive BI deployments. But those deployments are only useful if the BI apps reflect...

Honoring our Customers

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Kathleen Moran | juni 15, 2011

Summit is an event for customers. People from around the world gather to share best practices and learn from each other. One of the highlights is the Awards of Distinction, where we honor a few select organizations for outstanding use of BI and integration technology. This year we were pleased to...

Welcome to Summit!

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Kathleen Moran | juni 14, 2011

Hello from Information Builders 26th annual Summit conference in Dallas, Texas. Outside it’s a balmy 95 degrees. Indoors the heat is coming from the rapid exchange of ideas, as over 1,100 people converge for an immersive experience in BI and integration technology. Summit is the premier event for...

Flash or No Flash on the iPad: Does It Really Matter Anymore?

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Rado Kotorov | juni 01, 2011

Remember the battle between Apple and Adobe over Flash?  For many web developers, it seemed as though Steve Jobs had declared war on Flash right from the start.  Jobs claims that, in the long run, HTML5 will make Flash obsolete.  Yet even though HTML5 is not yet a viable substitute...