In 2022, visibility into the supply chain, accurately valuing data products, and leveraging data for sustainability and optimisation will be critical.
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Digital twins are real-time representations of objects, processes, and systems that can help monitor operations and perform predictive maintenance.
MDM is a set of disciplines, processes, and technologies for managing data about entities, such as products and customers, around which business is conducted.
Zoho’s new AI-powered, self-service BI platform combines an enhanced version of its Zoho Analytics offering with its new Zoho DataPrep application.
The 104-year-old manufacturer of specialty trucks and military vehicles is leveraging data to optimise its business.
Data visualisation is the presentation of data in a graphical format to make it easier for decision makers to see and understand trends.
Data analytics is a discipline focused on extracting insights from data, including the analysis, collection, organisation and storage of data.
Data architecture translates business needs into data and system requirements and seeks to manage data and its flow through the enterprise.
Data architects visualise and design an organisation's enterprise data management framework, aligned with enterprise strategy and business architecture.
Insights from data and machine learning algorithms can be invaluable, but mistakes can cost you reputation, revenue, or even lives.
Einstein Analytics will be rebranded as Tableau CRM and Einstein's AI and machine learning capabilities will be integrated with the Tableau platform.
BI and data visualisation skills are in demand and Microsoft Power BI skills are a great way to get ahead.
Decision support systems are a subset of business intelligence aimed at helping organisations make informed business decisions.
IBM has added a new layer to its Planning Analytics portfolio with the release of Planning Analytics On Demand.
Oracle Analytics for Cloud HCM offers self-service analytics capabilities to HR executives, analysts, and line-of-business leaders.
With hybrid work becoming the new normal, the game has changed for high-power computing and where it happens.