Tag Archives: data analytics

The Uber-ization of Analytics

September 13, 2017

As I have travelled the country talking with customers, I have gotten a common refrain that companies want to move to the cloud for analytics to reduce costs. My retort is that you need to be careful and understand what you are really trying to achieve, for while there may be good reasons to run… Read More »

The New Data Analytics Use Cases: Hybrid Cloud Takes Center Stage

March 3, 2017

While public cloud deployments often make the headlines, those companies considering a move away from an on premise strategy are more likely to move to a hybrid cloud strategy rather than a wholehearted public cloud approach. Hybrid cloud is widely becoming acknowledged as a sensible way to scale and optimise on-premises resources, while also capitalising… Read More »

Confessions of a Webaholic

December 16, 2016

by Peter Becker – Analyst for Corporate Web Strategy, Teradata Hi. My name is Peter. And I am a webaholic. Wow, it’s good to get that off my chest. Once web analytics gets a-hold of you… Of course, we analysts wear many hats. We’re flexible; adaptable. And that’s a good thing, especially now that Internet of… Read More »

Leveraging Our Past to Enable Your Future

September 12, 2016

By Rob Armstrong – As the saying goes; the more things change, the more they stay the same. Those of us fortunate enough to be in the data and analytic field over the past few decades certainly know that is true. While there has been a large change in the data types, data volume and… Read More »

Teradata’s UDA is to Data as Prius is to Engines

November 12, 2013

I’ve been working in the analytics and database market for 12 years. One of the most interesting pieces of that journey has been seeing how the market is ever-shifting. Both the technology and business trends during these short 12 years have massively changed not only the tech landscape today, but also the future of evolution… Read More »