A full 40% of search applications search only unstructured information when gathering data for business intelligence. Do you trust that you’re getting complete and accurate answers to your search inquiries?
Wayne Eckerson points out in a recent report that, "Business intelligence (Bl) is fueled by two opposing forces: top-down BI, in which the corporate IT group imposes standards on the delivery of data and reports to ensure a single version of truth, and bottom-up BI, in which business unit analysts create their own reports with custom data sets." Or more simply, it's the data warehouse folks versus the fans of Hadoop and the
You understand that data is the lifeblood of innovation and competitive differentiation. The key is to get the right data into the hands of business analysts when they need it. Sounds simple in theory, but challenges abound. However, for every challenge enterprises face surfacing and connecting the right data, there is an answer.
Enterprise search is back in the news—with a twist. Companies that really want to accelerate their results with BI and Big Data are looking to enterprise search as a way to help business analysts quickly find the data they need. Note that I said “data,” not information. Enterprise search has always been thought of as a way to find unstructured content in file shares like SharePoint. But now, it’s being applied to strucutured data as well. And if a search solution can combine data with unstructured content so much the better.
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Inspiring the next generation of financial disruption
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Ten, Top-flight Things Accomplished by Search-based Applications
Those of us not engaged in the latest social media or game-based start-up may not be at the center of social conversation, or media attention, but that eternal question (whether you’re a parent or a party person) inspired me to jot down a list. Its contents – specific, successful solutions derived from innovations powered by search and related technologies.
The other day I Googled “unstructured content is messy,” and I got a lot of interesting results. But they all reached pretty much the same conclusion: “Yes, it’s messy, but it’s also really valuable. So deal with it.”
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How unstructured Big Data may be changing capital markets
Highly respected investment fund manager Bill Miller once noted, “If it’s in the news, it’s in the price.” But that was before “the news” included blogs, tweets, and other social media posts, along with gobs (a technical term) of unstructured data like earnings call transcripts and SEC filings that were instantly available online.