In this blog article, we will explain in detail how we solve these questions with our own solution, act·in | SAC Performance Shield, which assists with both business adoption and data governance.
Choosing the right cloud data platform for your organisation involves a complex assessment of competing features. But for many businesses evaluating the main subscription based options, one of the most important considerations is cost. Transitioning to a cloud based data platform can have significant impact on budgets, especially if spending is difficult to accurately plan for and control.
As experts in data warehousing and analytics we are increasingly faced with requirements where our customers need very advanced “dashboarding”. Their requirement may include the ability to execute transactional activities such as creating a Purchase Order, triggering a data process in a back-end system or providing “always on” multimedia streaming and broadcasting at a large scale and this across multiple devices (Android, iOS, Windows, MacOS, etc).
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BI4.2 beta testing has been very smooth and BI4.2 is now available for all customers to download.
There are numerous performance enhancements to the platform, tools and some very useful features have been implemented. One feature has even been added arising from popular demand via the ‘Idea Place’ portal.
We have played with the platform and we highly recommend an upgrade.
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It’s little wonder businesses are seeing enterprise mobility as a strategic necessity. A necessity that gives them the connectivity, visibility and timeliness that allow them to be more collaborative, more responsive and more competitive than ever before. Boris Evelson of Forrester says mobile BI will go mainstream in 2012, and this is the result of years of evolution, look how far mobile BI has come since 1999.
But the Mobile world can be complicated. Even well-managed enterprises are having problems as they embrace mobility. SAP has run a research to find the main Things Confounding Businesses Going Mobile, and has found that although the technical side can be tricky, it is the business and strategic side that tend to give IT managers a headache when developing their Mobility strategy.