While text analytics is considered a "must have" technology by the majority of companies that use it, challenges abound. So I've learned from the many companies I've talked to as I prepare Hurwitz & Associates' Victory Index for Text Analytics,a tool that assesses not just the technical capability of the technology but its ability to… Continue reading Five Challenges for Text Analytics
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Four Vendor Views on Big Data and Big Data Analytics Part 1: Attensity
I am often asked whether it is the vendors or the end users who are driving the Big Data market. I usually reply that both are. There are early adopters of any technology that push the vendors to evolve their own products and services. The vendors then show other companies what can be done with… Continue reading Four Vendor Views on Big Data and Big Data Analytics Part 1: Attensity
EMC and Big Data- Observations from EMC World 2011
I attended EMC’s User Conference last week in Las Vegas. The theme of the event was Big Data meets the Cloud. So, what’s going on with Big Data and EMC? Does this new strategy make sense? EMC acquired Greenplum in 2010. At the time EMC described Greenplum as a “shared nothing, massively parallel processing (MPP)… Continue reading EMC and Big Data- Observations from EMC World 2011
What is Networked Content and Why Should We Care?
This is the first in a series of blogs about text analytics and content management. This one uses an interview format. I recently had an interesting conversation with Daniel Mayer, from TEMIS regarding his new paper, the Networked Content Manifesto. I just finished reading it and found it to be insightful in terms of what… Continue reading What is Networked Content and Why Should We Care?