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2020 Cloud Vision: $241 Billion

April 27, 2011

By Justin Kern

Significant market growth a result of interest and innovation in as-a-service adoption, Forrester states

Significant market growth a result of interest and innovation in as-a-service adoption, Forrester states

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Why Marketing and IT Don’t Get Along

January 18, 2011

By David M. Raab

The CMO Council researched the misalignment, and found isolation and mutual distrust in both camps

The CMO Council researched the misalignment, and found isolation and mutual distrust in both camps

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Putting Business Intelligence Mobility to Work

March 7, 2011

By Jim Ericson

Analyst says mobile applications, platforms and devices, though on the horizon, will

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The attendee list for Enterprise Strategies for Location Intelligence
conference and exhibition has just been announced. 120+ senior-level
geospatial and business professionals are meeting in Chicago (on March
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Business models and revenue streams might be the most important issue
right now, but at Enterprise Strategies for Location Intelligence, over
150 senior executives will be examining all of the trends which are set to
revolutionize the geospatial industry. From open-sourced data to mobile
and sensor based data, they'll be revealing how to monetize location and
provide a relevant service to end-users.
Over 100 senior level executives have confirmed their attendance from the
leading companies in Location Intelligence. From end users such as Wells
Fargo Bank, Tesco China and Chicago Department of Transportation to
thought leaders from Google, PBBI, Oracle and IBM, Chicago will be playing
host to the hottest discussions of the year.
See a full list of attendees
Contact: Naomi Hands VP North America TheWhereBusiness Tel: +44 (0) 207
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Googlization of Information Management

March 1, 2011

By Lalitha Chikkatur

Search and business intelligence are two sides of the same coin

Search and business intelligence are two sides of the same coin

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