Tag Archives: data

Five Key Findings from the Teradata Global Data and Analytics Trends Study 2017

March 9, 2017

Our Data and Analytics Trends Study 2017 compiled findings from over 900 senior business decision makers interviewed in nine major economies around the world (USA, Japan, Australia, Germany, France, Spain, India, Russia and the UK). The research examined how large organizations manage and use data today, as well as the biggest challenges and issues that… Read More »

Simplifying SAP R/3 is irrelevant for users

October 14, 2015

Part two of a series about an old ‘SAP’ dog who learns a new trick Today more than ever, SAP is more focused on technology (HANA) than data. When they do focus on data, they talk about simplifying it because simplification is necessary to make said technology work better. In SAP terms, simplification means fewer… Read More »

So, When was Your Data Breach?

March 24, 2015

by Jay Irwin, JD, Director, Teradata InfoSec COE 2015 barely got underway and it happened again, more breaches of customer data kept by large companies. Journalists said 2014 was the year of the data breach, but hold on, here we go again. Security experts are not the least bit surprised. Neither should you be. There… Read More »

Big Elephant Eats Data Warehouse

September 19, 2013

— Teradata PR pit boss: “Dan, have you seen this Big Elephant Eats Data Warehouse article at BigMedia.com? This cub reporter guy’s like Rip Van Winkle waking up and trying to explain how the iPhone works. He’s just making things up. Get this Willy Everlern reporter on the phone.” Ring ring ringtone. “Hello, Willy? Willy… Read More »