It is a fact that businesses in every industry worldwide are being disrupted on a daily basis. Often by competitors that are from outside their industry, and as a result, off their competitive radar screens.
“Kicking the can down the road” approaches to data management may enable organizations to meet deadlines, but they need to understand that they will leave these organizations poorly prepared for the digital transformation that is sweeping through virtually every industry.
I am excited to share with you that Informatica won the Tableau 2016 Global Technology Partner of the Year award. During Tableau’s annual Partner Leadership Summit which was held in Jan 23-25 in Seattle, Washington , Tableau recognized Informatica as its 2016 Global Technology Partner of the Year. Tableau’s Partner Awards recognize excellent performance and... more
It’s great to have a vision and strategy for digital transformation, but if you want to be one of the leaders in differentiating your products and services you’re going to need the support of a robust data management platform and architecture.
JLL now has an array of services that nobody else in the industry can offer, going way beyond traditional real estate services. Not only does this make JLL the best, most complete solution in the eyes of its clients, it also changes the relationship entirely. Clients no longer see JLL as “just” a commercial real estate broker—the company is a strategic partner that can help with new initiatives, ongoing management and strategy around a company's commercial real estate assets.
This all sounds relatively straightforward, but the truth is that it will take careful planning and architecture to pull it off successfully. In the end, the movement to cloud will be a journey for everybody.
Transformation is one of those buzzwords of the moment usually preceded by Digital, BSS or OSS. It’s at this point that many people start to debate what it actually means. Once you are past that discussion the business must concern itself with how can we transform. To achieve a successful transformation, like any journey, before... more
This means that for data management you are going to have to connect to everything, and plan for the fact that “everything” might be on-premise or in the cloud for the foreseeable future. If data management was hard before with the complexity and silos of the data center, it is going to get much harder as the number of cloud applications and platforms grow.
Thinking about data management architecture early is key to success in deploying hybrid analytics. You need to address the key data management challenges without slowing down the analytics project - which is the whole point of cloud deployments.
“Cloud First” is now a reality for most companies. Instead of building new data centers, CIOs are asking if they can use a public cloud provider like Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure. Instead of deploying on-premise applications, their initial choice is a SaaS provider like Salesforce.com. The advantages of Cloud – agility, cost, scalability... more