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TDWI Upside - Where Data Means Business

Contributor: Steve Swoyer

Stephen Swoyer is a technology writer with more than 16 years of experience. His writing has focused on business intelligence, data warehousing, and analytics for almost a decade. He’s particularly intrigued by the thorny people and process problems most BI and DW vendors almost never want to acknowledge, let alone talk about.


All articles by Steve Swoyer

Connectivity: Open Source or Enterprise?

There's still a teeming market for best-of-breed data-source and application connectivity software. Business intelligence (BI) and analytics use cases, which emphasize ODBC and JDBC, are as hot as ever -- but so are RESTful APIs.

Big Data Engineer: The Elusive Job Description

Big data engineer will be among the hottest jobs in 2016, with starting salary growth of almost 9 percent. Wait, what's a big data engineer?

IoT Is Coming -- Slowly but Surely -- to an Enterprise Near You

How many organizations are actually making meaningful use of IoT data?

The Changing Data Warehouse Landscape

A recent market survey highlights how much the data warehousing market -- and what's meant by the term "data warehouse" -- has changed.

MDM: Keep Your Eyes on the Business Problem

The impetus for MDM should come from within and be shared by all of the lines of business. There must be a consensus that there's a business problem and that MDM is the solution.

Tragically HIP: Major Players Concentrate on Hybrid Integration Platforms

IBM, Microsoft, Oracle, and other traditional DI powers are no longer leading the integration-platform-as-a-service pack. Instead, they're working feverishly on HIP for the interconnected environments of the future.

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