Issue OverviewCIO Decisions - August 2011 Volume 9
Business intelligence data is a boon to executives looking to better understand their enterprises, but the ever-growing quantities of information can be unwieldy. As the CIO, do you have a strategy for taming and harnessing all that crucial intel? In the August 2011 edition of Enterprise CIO Decisions e-zine, learn how to tackle your organization's business intelligence data. Access >>>
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Smart business intelligence strategy all about making better decisions
by Niel Nickolaisen
CIOs seeking competitive advantage must make better decisions about products, markets, operations and customers. The right BI strategy can guide them.
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Cloud-based business intelligence making a difference for fast movers
by Stan Gibson, Contributor
Cloud-based business intelligence delivers results like those from an enterprise BI system, but it allows businesses a chance to spin up results faster for less money.
Sentiment analysis turns social media into customer intelligence
by Elisabeth Horwitt
Sentiment analysis tools are creating a kind of customer intelligence that online marketers are finding beats traditional market research.
No dark art: Crowd computing drives value, so why aren't you doing it?
by Linda Tucci
Tapping collective intelligence, or crowd computing, can yield big value for businesses, but it also challenges the status quo.
- Cloud-based business intelligence making a difference for fast movers by Stan Gibson, Contributor
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