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Some manufacturers are expanding lean and sustainability strategies to the supply chain to reduce waste and bolster efficiencies, but extending these practices outside a company's four walls won't be easy.
Machine intelligence isn't a new concept, but now it's becoming less science fiction and more of a reality. Companies should understand and prepare for the growing role of smart machines in IT and business operations.
Small and medium-sized businesses stand to gain just as much from mobile ERP as their large-enterprise peers, but do they have the resources to pull it off?
Many agree that SAP's plans to converge its BI portfolio as a part of its 'Run Simple' strategy is wise. But the way forward for users isn't clear -- yet.
Packaged integrations can help ease integrating core SAP HCM data from SuccessFactors Employee Central into SAP ERP, writes Luke Marson.
Modern tools let users interact with and visualize data in new ways, but it's only the beginning of what's to come, writes Ethan Jewett.
Oracle has changed its policy on DBA certifications, retiring older ones and requiring database administrators to get current on Oracle Database versions or lose their active status.
As the business world changes, your Hyperion consolidation may need to change. Hoa Pham shows how to separate wants and needs and how to use multidimensional reporting to redesign your Hyperion consolidation.
Industry analyst Holger Mueller contrasts the multi-tenancy in Oracle Database as a Service with traditional SaaS, in a video from the Oracle OpenWorld 2014 conference.
Ensemble modeling was once primarily thought of as an academic pursuit, but more businesses are starting to take advantage of the predictive modeling technique.
Many businesses implementing big data analytics applications focus on the size of their data sets, when what they should really focus on is whether they have the right data.
A number of myths about big data have proliferated in recent years. Don't let these common misperceptions kill your analytics project.
Social media capability hasn't been woven into the core applications of most organizations. Could social media integration make a difference, and if so, how?
Enterprise social media growth can rage out of control, consuming too many resources and slowing down operations rather than speeding things up. How can SharePoint help?
The latest version of SharePoint is missing features that are available in SharePoint 2010. But other functionality and features in SharePoint 2013 can serve the same purposes.
TechTarget editor Joe Hebert investigates the recent Oracle OpenWorld and JavaOne conferences in this episode of BizApps Today.
When Lehman Brothers failed in 2008, regulators and other banks had precious little data to gauge wider financial risks. Enter legal entity identifiers, a form of semantic data.
Brian McKenna joins the Talking Data podcast crew to look at differences in managing and analyzing big data as handled by IT shops in the U.K. and continental Europe.
After the rollout of Wave, the Salesforce Analytics Cloud, questions about cost and mobile ease of use give industry watchers pause.
Dirty data is undercutting sales -- miring business units in the act of chasing down better information rather than cultivating customers.
Global enterprises say that while large Salesforce implementations are challenging, there are best practices to observe along the way.