Top Trends in 2013
Big data was the big theme when we asked experts both within and outside of Oracle to tell us about top trends for 2013. And it’s no wonder. Executives everywhere are struggling with how to turn big data into big opportunities.
Read our special report to find out what our experts have to say about leveraging big data to learn about customers and gain competitive advantage without sacrificing security. Plus, get other smart insights about dealing with top trends, including cloud computing, mobile devices and more.
So while the term “data warehouse” itself might still endure, the demands of today’s always-on global economy have shattered that old-fashioned metaphor of a limited-access and static warehouse and have inspired leading companies to think instead of relentlessly enriching their data, accelerating it, manipulating it, and ensuring it gets into the hands of as many relevant people as possible.
—By Bob Evans
By leveraging the vast amount of information available, consumer goods IT executives can deliver an unprecedented amount of decision-making power to their business executives.
—By Cassie Moren
Independent agents such as event-driven architectures and self-learning machines consume information about us and formulate their own hypotheses. This evolution of technology has already begun.
—By Christopher Sowa
As organizations seek to manage the sheer volume of data being generated, they should ensure they are protecting themselves from the risks that data dependency and systems integration can bring.
—By Paul Vallée
Three major trends in staffing in the technology industry are changing the competitive landscape. Here’s how tech professionals can be prepared.
—By Karen Armon
The cloud is increasingly being accessed by mobile devices. Companies that enable full access to corporate resources through these devices will gain competitive advantage.
—By Stian Lofstad
As big data comes of age, we will see a shift to a new normal. Three strategies can help organizations transform their big data initiative into an enabler of continuous competitive advantage.
—By Yashpaul Singh Dogra
The training of employees is increasingly being taken over by online learning management systems. Five characteristics of these systems define best practices and lead to the best results.
—By Denise Pirrotti Hummel
Five major trends are beginning to change the delivery of disaster recovery, and will impact organizations worldwide in the coming years. Learn what to do today to be ready.
—By Richard Dolewksi
Healthcare reform is challenging the way healthcare companies provide patient care. Creating successful strategies around mobile health models and devices is an important part of the solution.
—By Reid Oakes and Chequeta Allen
Leveraging the vast amounts of data in the hybrid data ecosystem can transform the operational and industrial landscape. Three important factors determine the success of a big data initiative in operations.
—By Harshad Khatri
The demands on financial institutions are two-fold: increase transparency, and do more with less. Modernizing IT systems and creating centralized platforms can help meet both demands.
—By Maneesh Chhabra