A view on “Analytics 3.0″ and our approach towards successful implementation

Authors: Dr. Günter Koch and Andreas Hufenstuhl It appears that a new term “Analytics 3.0”[1] has been recently coined within the Big Data domain.  Herein  “1.0” relates to classical business intelligence and data warehousing solutions. As a next step “2.0” refers to new, mainly opensource based solutions, where   massive amounts of unstructured data are being analyzed, that specialized companies like start-ups and online traders have deployed. “3.0” would mean a combination of classical and new solutions that would optimize the business performance of enterprises in…

Big Data – Herausforderungen für IT und Fachbereich

Autoren: Alexander Blattmann und Andreas Hufenstuhl Um das Thema  Big Data lodert geradezu  ein Flächenbrand der Euphorie. Beratungshäuser bzw. Softwarehäuser überbieten sich mit Angeboten und Lösungen. Der Stapel von Big-Data-Büchern auf Schreibtischen steigt rapide an. Ein guter Zeitpunkt, kurz innezuhalten, und sich im Kontext zu Big Data mit den kommenden Herausforderungen für IT und Fachbereich zu beschäftigen.

BIG DATA wird erwachsen!

Seit nunmehr über einem Jahr gibt es wahrlich einen riesigen Hype um das Thema Big Data. Viele Hersteller von Hardware und Software nutzten diesen Hype, um ihre neuen Produkte am Markt zu positionieren. Gleichzeitig akquirieren die großen Plattformanbieter wöchentlich innovative Nischenhersteller, um ihre Plattform in der notwendigen Geschwindigkeit zu erweiterten. Aber was von dem Mysterium Big Data kommt in der Realwirtschaft wirklich an?

Open-as-Strategy Part II: The Three Dimensions of Open Value Creation

As executives and senior government officials that want to unlock the value from next generation technologies, we will need to address the following three questions: How can we employ openness strategically? How can we organize and manage collaborative communities that combine their knowledge? What are the appropriate platforms for our specific collaboration needs?

Open-as-Strategy Part I: Emergence and Outsourcing

Open innovation, enterprise 2.0, social media for the corporation, and open government have become a major driving force in creating value. Apple, Facebook, Google, and Samsung have created multi-billion revenue streams by strategically utilizing openness: in the Apple appstore, the Android operating system, or the Facebook user experience. But even though targeted “openness” has become a major ingredient of the net worth in next generation technology companies, it has yet to be mainstreamed into the processes and cultures of more classical organizations.

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