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Case study: how BNZ prospered from 'self-service' Business Intelligence
Local bank was one of only 70 organisations worldwide to participate in the Microsoft SQL Server Rapid Deployment Programme. So how'd they get on?
No silver bullet for managing ‘Big Data’
Diversification is essential to keep data storage from becoming a cost centre that slows people and processes down.
SQL Server 2012 available now
Microsoft launches latest platform for tackling the Business Intelligence challenge.
Is Business Intelligence a threat to Business Analysts?
By Jayesh Jain, agilist and senior business analyst
Running the rapids
The waters of business are rarely smooth, but there are ways to make sure the journey downriver is a successful one.
2degrees, Mighty River Power and others to explain how they used Business Intelligence to improve their decision making.
UFC Undisputed 3 hits the shelves
MMA simulator goes on sale after glowing reviews from major titles.
Big Data - control it, analyse it, make decisions
Data warehouses are evolving from simple storers of information to providers of analysis - what does it mean for your business?
How a trust can protect your assets
Expert says the best way to look after what you own is to not own it.
BI master class on offer in Auckland
Your chance to spend two days with three top Data Warehouse and Business Intelligence thought leaders.
Apple 'tests' recruits on fake projects
Book reveals just how seriously tech giant takes internal security.
Key exporter chooses Microsoft business intelligence
How data warehousing and business intelligence solutions drove a 60-year-old organisation's reinvention.
The problem with 'dumb data'
Processing power no use for Business Intelligence if you can't sort out complexity: analyst.
Microsoft BI Summit rolls into town
Free Auckland and Wellington events to cater for business decision makers, IT pros, architects and developers.
Business intelligence market to grow in 2011
Gartner lists three major trends that will drive BI software revenue to reach US$10.8 billion in 2011.
5 enterprise software trends for 2011
Business intelligence, collaboration, content management, social software and supply chain management will be 2011's major trends, says Gartner.