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BI Trend Monitor 2016

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General Business Intelligence

The IT industry and the world at large have always been subject to technology and business trends, sometimes undergoing major changes, such as the development of the personal computer, client/server computing or the evolution of the Internet. Over the last few years, new trends have emerged that have an enormous influence on how organizations work, interact, communicate, collaborate and protect themselves.

Customer Service Trends for 2016

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General Customer Service

The year 2016 has been labeled the year of the customer in the world of customer service. Customers want personalized service where and when they are requesting it. On the other hand, they also are not exclusively wanting to rely on the assistance of others, but want to, at times, discover the answers themselves. As we look ahead, what trends will be in the forefront? We have gathered six trends to be on the watch out for and plan for in 2016.

Top 10 Trends for 2016: Cloud

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As the cloud becomes the new normal, it’s increasingly clear that there is no new normal and that change is constant. Cloud technology is set to disrupt the data and analytics landscape in 2016 like never before.

With the escalating need to lower costs and provide greater access, the next 12 months are sure to be a roller coaster of activity and innovation in the cloud space.

Read this whitepaper to learn our predictions for 2016 including:

  • Hardware giants get creative
  • Cloud gets closer to copy/paste
  • Hybrid cloud strategies get easier

Hiring During the Technical Surge

Hiring During the Technical Surge

As we approach 2016, technical hiring continues to grow. A recent study found that almost 80 percent of hiring managers are planning to hire more technical employees in the first half of 2016, and over 71 percent of those surveyed are growing their team by at least 11 percent. 

Top 10 Trends for 2016: Business Intelligence

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2015 was a year of significant change in the world of Business Intelligence. More organizations opened up data to their employees and more people came to see data as an important tool to get their work done. Norms about Business Intelligence are evolving, and as they do, leading to wholesale cultural change at some workplaces. This change is driven non only by fast-moving technology, but also by new techniques to get value from data.

QlikView in the Enterprise: IT Technology Trends - Big Data, Mobile, Social and Cloud


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Regardless of where you work in IT, there are a few key trends which have been changing the IT landscape. Over the past decade trends like Data, Mobile, Social and Cloud are influencing how organizations are thinking about their strategy. To keep up with these key trends you have to adapt, evolve and transform.

In this one hour webinar, we will cover:

TIBCO Spotfire 7 Named a 2015 Trend-Setting Product by KM World Magazine

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TIBCO Spotfire

Palo Alto, CA, September 03, 2015 - TIBCO Software Inc., a global leader in integration, analytics, and event processing, today announced that KMWorld Magazine has named TIBCO Spotfire® 7 a 2015 Trend-Setting Product. Released in February 2015, Spotfire® 7 is a powerful yet simple-to-use analytics and data visualization platform, relied on by enterprises large and small around the world.

7 Trends in the Cloud

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Platform & Cloud Solutions

Cloud computing and hosted solutions have forever changed how companies operate. As cloud solutions become a standard in business infrastructure, people are looking for cloud adoption strategies that work. This eBook covers:

  • How cloud data and on-premise data work together
  • Why IT is now championing the cloud
  • Why data fortresses are relics of the past
  • How identity works across different services