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Come and Get It! Making Business Intelligence More Consumable, Part 3 New Technological Support for Analytics

Originally published December 15, 2009

Recent innovations in six areas of technology can significantly impact the overall business intelligence deployments in terms of performance, scalability and low cost. Claudia Imhoff and Colin White provide a guide to help you understand how these advances have changed the face of analytics and information worker support.

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Posted December 22, 2009 by Colin White


Thanks for your comment. As we mentioned in the front of the text we were trying to highlight new announcements. We also invited people to add comments as appropriate, which you have. You are right in saying in-memory processing is not new. Nothing ever is to be frank! Of course it is receiving a dusting off and receiving new focus in the industry. Our omission of Qlikview or several other vendors in this area was not deliberate. We were just giving examples. Colin White. 


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Posted December 22, 2009 by Anonymous

I have to question your characterization that in-memory data is "new" Qlikview has been doing in-memory data since 1993 and the other BI players are jumping on the bandwagon. It seems like a glaring omission to leave Qlikview without mention in this category.

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