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Robert Eve

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Data virtualization has become a hot topic as enterprises and government agencies add this maturing technology to their data integration toolkits in pursuit of greater IT agility and lower costs. Rising key performance indicators (KPIs) for both demand and supply clearly tell this st...
The intersection of data virtualization and enterprise data warehouses represents corporate best practices for delivering the rich data assets available in the enterprise data warehouse with the myriad sources of data now available outside the data warehouse. In Part Two of this two-pa...
Large enterprises and government agencies are drowning in data. IT teams deploy a myriad of data warehouse-centric solutions – BI, predictive analytics, data and content mining, portals and dashboards – to harness and deliver data for intelligent decision-making. Yet, large enterprises...
Achieving compelling value from information technology is critical because IT is typically an enterprise or government agency’s largest capital expense. Increasing business complexities and technology choices create greater demands for justification when making IT investments. Cambridg...
Data virtualization’s ability to overcome hardware and software complexity provides enterprises with an excellent opportunity to improve IT agility and save significantly. As more enterprises seek these benefits, data virtualization is swiftly moving from new idea to the mainstream. Th...
Charles Dickens' classic novel, 'A Tale of Two Cities,' begins, 'It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was the age of wisdom, it was the age of foolishness.' When it comes to information to help business professionals make wise decisions, answer critical questions, an...
When Honda introduced the Civic in America in 1972, industry experts declared Honda would never succeed because automobiles were too complex and required skills and technology beyond those of the mere motorcycle company. Fast forward to today when Honda's Civics and Accords are two of ...