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Data, Data Everywhere: A Special Report on Managing Information
The quantity of information in the world is soaring. Merely keeping up with, and storing new information is difficult enough. Analyzing it, to spot patterns and

data back up  access to American census data going back more than a century. Ben Fry, an independent designer, created a map of the 26m roads in the continental United States. The dense communities of the north-east form a powerful contrast to the desolate far west. Aaron Koblin of Google plotted a map of every commercial flight in America over 24 hours, with brighter lines identifying routes with heavier traffic. Such techniques are moving into the business world. Mr Fry designed interactive charts for Ge''s health-car Read More
Data Quality: Cost or Profit?
Data quality has direct consequences on a company''s bottom-line and its customer relationship management (CRM) strategy. Looking beyond general approaches and

data back up  number of articles about data quality. ( Poor Data Quality Means A Waste of Money ; The Hidden Role of Data Quality in E-Commerce Success ; and, Continuous Data Quality Management: The Cornerstone of Zero-Latency Business Analytics .) This time our focus takes us to the specific domain of data quality within the customer relationship management (CRM) arena and how applications such as Interaction from Interface Software can help reduce the negative impact that poor data quality has on a CRM objective. CRM Read More
Getting Back to Selling
Faced with longer sales cycles, declining sales productivity, and increasingly discerning customers, companies are being forced to streamline and automate how

data back up  Investment in Managing Sales Data Tables   Table 1: Companies With Top Performance Earn Best-in-Class Status: Table 2: Best-in-Class PACE Framework Table 3: Best-in-Class Strategic Actions/Capabilities Table 4: Competitive Framework Table 5: PACE Framework Table 6: Maturity Framework Table 7: Relationship Between PACE and Competitive Framework   Searches related to Sales Effectiveness: Getting Sales Back to Selling : Best-in-Class Performance | Enabling Best in Class Performance | Delivers Best-in-Cla Read More
Wrapping Up FOSS Predictions for 2010 with a Look Back
I love end of year predictions. Whether they''re right or wrong is one thing, but it''s valuable to imagine various scenarios of what might happen. Taking the

data back up  collect a lot of data about what people are looking for. I look at the data from 20,846 inquiries (2008 and 2009) to see what kinds of changes appeared in the demands of companies evaluating enterprise systems. The graph below shows the percentage of demand for FOSS-related issues in terms of high-level requirements. (click the image for a larger version) The vertical bars represent the following six requirements (these are the criteria people told us they had for determining which enterprise software app Read More
The Data Explosion
RFID and wireless usage will drive up data transactions by ten fold over the next few years. It is likely that a significant readdressing of the infrastructure

data back up  application is clear, sending data back and forth to validate, instruct the operator, etc. All those little applets zinging data back and forth between items, devices, and the mother ship! Tags can and will carry significantly more data—and will have significantly more power to do more stuff. And That Means Really Smart Devices S maller S marter F aster devices that can do hybrid work—like Intermec ''s barcode and RFID enabled devices—are already in use in firms like Bayer, and applications that sit Read More
How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage
Find out in Leveling the Playing Field: How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage.

data back up  Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage Today, many businesses find they are under siege dealing with an explosion of data. Yet the best performing companies are mastering their data—and using it for competitive advantage. How are they able to accomplish this? What best practices, approaches, and technologies are they employing? Find out in Leveling the Playing Field: How Companies Use Data for Competitive Advantage . In this Economist Business Read More
Data Center Automation
With the increasing complexity of the data center and its dependent systems, data center automation (DCA) is becoming a necessity. To replace the costly and

data back up  increasing complexity of the data center and its dependent systems, data center automation (DCA) is becoming a necessity. To replace the costly and inefficient human aspect of managing the data center, IT departments must adopt DCA solutions. Combined with utility-based computing architectures, these solutions can provide greater dynamics in the environment and facilitate speed of response to market demands. Read More
Increasing Sales and Reducing Costs across the Supply Chain-Focusing on Data Quality and Master Data Management
Nearly half of all US companies have serious data quality issues. The problem is that most are not thinking about their business data as being valuable. But in

data back up  the Supply Chain-Focusing on Data Quality and Master Data Management Nearly half of all US companies have serious data quality issues. The problem is that most are not thinking about their business data as being valuable. But in reality data has become—in some cases—just as valuable as inventory. The solution to most organizational data challenges today is to combine a strong data quality program with a master data management (MDM) program, helping businesses leverage data as an asset. Read More
Containerized Power and Cooling Modules for Data Centers
Standardized, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules are at least 60% faster to deploy, and provide a first cost savings

data back up  and Cooling Modules for Data Centers Standardized, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules are at least 60% faster to deploy, and provide a first cost savings of 13% or more compared with traditional data center power and cooling infrastructure. Facility modules, also referred to in the data center industry as containerized power and cooling plants, allow data center designers to shift their thinking from a customized “construction” mentality to a standardized Read More
Big Data Analytics: Profiling the Use of Analytical Platforms in User Organizations
While terabytes used to be synonymous with big data warehouses, now it’s petabytes, and the rate of growth in data volumes continues to escalate as

data back up  Data Analytics: Profiling the Use of Analytical Platforms in User Organizations While terabytes used to be synonymous with big data warehouses, now it’s petabytes, and the rate of growth in data volumes continues to escalate as organizations seek to store and analyze greater levels of transaction details, as well as Web- and machine-generated data, to gain a better understanding of customer behavior and drivers. This report examines the rise of big data and the use of analytics to mine that data. Read More
Analyzing Big Data: The Path to Competitive Advantage
Big data is different from ordinary database information because of the massive volume, the variety, and the velocity. And the data mix now includes product

data back up  to Competitive Advantage Big data is different from ordinary database information because of the massive volume, the variety, and the velocity. And the data mix now includes product reviews, video, blogs, tweets, and more. But the biggest current challenge may be to articulate a compelling business case for using big data. Find out how companies in various industries are finding value in the data they have already collected and making it actionable. Read More
Data Visualization: When Data Speaks Business
For many organizations, data visualization is a practice that involves not only specific tools but also key techniques, procedures, and rules. The objective is

data back up  Visualization: When Data Speaks Business For many organizations, data visualization is a practice that involves not only specific tools but also key techniques, procedures, and rules. The objective is to ensure the best use of existing tools for extending discovery, gaining knowledge, and improving the decision-making process at all organizational levels. This report considers the important effects of having good data visualization practices and analyzes some of the features, functions, and advantages Read More
New Data Protection Strategies
One of the greatest challenges facing organizations is the protection of corporate data. The issues complicating data protection are compounded by increased

data back up  Data Protection Strategies One of the greatest challenges facing organizations is the protection of corporate data. The issues complicating data protection are compounded by increased demand for data capacity and higher service levels. Often these demands are coupled with regulatory requirements and a shifting business environment. Learn about data protection strategies that can help organizations meet these demands while maintaining flat budgets. Read More
Logs: Data Warehouse Style
Once a revolutionary concept, data warehouses are now the status quo—enabling IT professionals to manage and report on data originating from diverse sources

data back up  Data Warehouse Style Once a revolutionary concept, data warehouses are now the status quo—enabling IT professionals to manage and report on data originating from diverse sources. But where does log data fit in? Historically, log data was reported on through slow legacy applications. But with today’s log data warehouse solutions, data is centralized, allowing users to analyze and report on it with unparalleled speed and efficiency. Read More
TCO Analysis of a Traditional Data Center vs. a Scalable, Containerized Data Center
Standardized, scalable, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules provide a total cost of ownership (TCO) savings of 30

data back up  Analysis of a Traditional Data Center vs. a Scalable, Containerized Data Center Standardized, scalable, pre-assembled, and integrated data center facility power and cooling modules provide a total cost of ownership (TCO) savings of 30% compared with traditional, built-out data center power and cooling infrastructure. Avoiding overbuilt capacity and scaling the design over time contributes to a significant percentage of the overall savings. This white paper provides a quantitative TCO analysis of the two Read More

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