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By: Splunk     Published Date: Apr 16, 2012
Read how Splunk enabled WhitePages, the largest on-line directory of people and businesses, to protect the site's content and the brand by monitoring abusive site traffic and learn how Splunk's in-house search eliminated a data warehouse investment.
Tags : splunk, whitepages, traffic, warehouse, data warehouse, directory, investment, threats data, analyzying, decision making, ime-series data, log management, log management software, manage logs, analyze logs, log analyzer, security log analysis, log management intelligence, log management compliance, compliance
     Splunk
By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 04, 2016
Just as business intelligence helps enterprises make decisions that maximize opportunities and minimize business risks, security intelligence enables them to better detect threats, identify security risks and areas of noncompliance, and set priorities for remediation. One of the most compelling arguments for security intelligence is operational efficiency, or better use of people, time and infrastructure. This white paper discusses how security intelligence is an essential ingredient to comprehensive and cost-effective information security.
Tags : ibm, security intelligence services, ibm security intelligence solution, cloud siem, security intelligence event management, security, enterprise applications
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Apr 04, 2013
Business intelligence derived from sophisticated analytics has given large companies an edge for years. It helps them be more competitive, make information---based decisions faster and better, improves operational efficiencies, and boosts the bottom line. Midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits.Business intelligence derived from sophisticated analytics has given large companies an edge for years. It helps them be more competitive, make information---based decisions faster and better, improves operational efficiencies, and boosts the bottom line. Midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits.
Tags : geeknet, business analytics, midsize businesses, challenges, benefits, business intelligence
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Sep 27, 2013
Business intelligence derived from sophisticated analytics has given large companies an edge for years. It helps them be more competitive, make information---based decisions faster and better, improves operational efficiencies, and boosts the bottom line. Midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits. Business intelligence derived from sophisticated analytics has given large companies an edge for years. It helps them be more competitive, make information---based decisions faster and better, improves operational efficiencies, and boosts the bottom line. Midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits.
Tags : ibm, geeknet, business analytics, analytics, midsize businesses, business intelligence, it management, data management
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Jan 02, 2014
Business intelligence derived from sophisticated analytics has given large companies an edge for years. It helps them be more competitive, make information---based decisions faster and better, improves operational efficiencies, and boosts the bottom line. Midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits. Business intelligence derived from sophisticated analytics has given large companies an edge for years. It helps them be more competitive, make information---based decisions faster and better, improves operational efficiencies, and boosts the bottom line. Midsize businesses are increasingly eager to reap similar benefits.
Tags : ibm, business analytics, midsize businesses, geeknet, business intelligence, customer volatility, market volatility, variety of data, it managers, implementing analytics, ba systems, ba solutions, in-house analytics, ba capability, scorecarding, time-to-insight, business risk, business planning, data management
     IBM
By: IBM     Published Date: Mar 05, 2014
For many years, companies have been building data warehouses to analyze business activity and produce insights for decision makers to act on to improve business performance. These traditional analytical systems are often based on a classic pattern where data from multiple operational systems is captured, cleaned, transformed and integrated before loading it into a data warehouse. Typically, a history of business activity is built up over a number of years allowing organizations to use business intelligence (BI) tools to analyze, compare and report on business performance over time. In addition, subsets of this data are often extracted from data warehouses into data marts that have been optimized for more detailed multi-dimensional analysis.
Tags : ibm, big data, data, big data platform, analytics, data sources, data complexity, data volume, data generation, data management, storage, acceleration, business intelligence, data warehouse
     IBM
By: Quocirca     Published Date: Oct 05, 2007
Knowledge of the location of customers, property, products or any other asset is invaluable intelligence for improving competitive advantage and operational efficiency.  However, despite the proliferation of data that businesses generate today, the potential value of this location dimension is often overlooked in the business intelligence process.
Tags : business intelligence, business analytics, historical data, data analysis, gis, geospacial, geographic information system, geocoding, geocode, location, quocirca
     Quocirca
By: SAP     Published Date: Jul 17, 2012
In spite of the growth of virtual business activities performed via the World Wide Web, every business transaction or operation is performed at a physical place. And as handheld GPS devices drive a growing awareness of the concept of "location," people are increasingly looking for operational efficiencies, revenue growth, or more effective management as a result of geographic data services and location-based intelligence. In this white paper, David Loshin, president of Knowledge Integrity, Inc., introduces geographic data services (such as geocoding and proximity matching) and discusses how they are employed in both operational and analytical business applications. The paper also reviews analytical techniques applied across many types of organizations and examines a number of industry-specific usage scenarios.
Tags : business, sap, white paper, technology, location, intelligence, business value, data services
     SAP
By: ExtraHop     Published Date: Aug 19, 2013
This white paper explains how IT organizations can harness the wealth of wire data flowing through their environments for real-time IT operational intelligence. Read how companies across a wide range of industries are analyzing wire data for more agile and proactive IT operations.
Tags : extrahop, operations, technology, wire data, intel, networking, enterprise applications
     ExtraHop
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