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What Is Business Intelligence?

Business Intelligence (BI) includes the technologies and tools used to analyze and report on different business operations. Business Intelligence uses raw data stored in varying data warehouses, data marts, data lakes, and other storage platforms, and transforms it into actionable knowledge/information assets. Such elements include dashboards, spreadsheets, data visualizations, reports, and many others. According to DATAVERSITY’s Business Intelligence vs. Data Science…

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Is Unstructured Data the Future of Data Management?

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In an increasingly tech-reliant world, data informs and powers much of our day-to-day lives. Data can be used to enhance AI capabilities, create personalized experiences, or be applied in medical research to help save lives. However, the biggest question remains: What is the best method to store, organize, and use the vast amounts of data at our disposal?

Enter unstructured data management. Organizations are increasingly looking to unstructured data for analytic, regulatory, and decision-making processes. From business intelligence to marketing campaigns, it’s not uncommon for unstructured data analysis to drive human decision-making.… Read more...

Best Machine Learning Tools for Automated Insights 2021 | ESF – Enterprise Storage Forum

Companies are investing millions into machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) tools that can give them data insights that translate into real business value.

Data insights refer to the understanding of business phenomena by analyzing a dataset using ML and AI technology. For example, an ML model that estimates customer churn rate will reveal the factors that cause churn, and with this information, business managers can change their processes and strategies.

Insight generation through analytics and business intelligence (BI) has been around for more than five decades, but trained analysts usually did the task. Many analysts of the past relied on experience and intuition as opposed to the data.


eBook: A Practical Guide to Using Third-Party Data in the Cloud

Download this eBook to learn how innovative teams are shifting their focus from data-driven business intelligence to accelerating insight-driven decision-making and now are turning to third-party datasets as a differentiator.

To help you navigate this proliferating data landscape, AWS Data Exchange would like to present you with a copy of the new eBook, A Practical Guide to Using Third-Party Data in the Cloud.

Drawing on the expertise of today’s top leaders, this roadmap provides tactics, techniques, and procedures for leveraging external datasets, data-sharing programs, and data valuation. Implementing the best practices in this collection will help provide leaders with foundational knowledge and actionable advice to create value, drive innovation, and transform your business with third-party data in the cloud.

Business Intelligence: Top Use Cases for the New-Age Businesses

Business intelligence has been making waves all over the world lately, especially in the business side of things. Organizations across all industries have it as a critical component for transformation towards becoming a data-driven enterprise. And, hence it is fueling the need for expanded investments to implement a successful BI strategy with tools, professionals & other training resources required.

Companies can use business intelligence to make a company’s raw data usable. They can help improve decision-making, strategic planning and other business functions. The goal is to make better decisions about your business by utilizing your data in more efficient and effective ways.