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    The Business Intelligence Agenda for 2010


    Duration: One Hour

    Silos of reporting are no longer enough. Yes, the longstanding business intelligence challenges of accessing data and developing reports are still there, as is the push to share BI more broadly throughout the enterprise. But there’s growing interest and momentum behind advanced and emerging capabilities such as analytics, embedded BI and in-memory analysis.

    Join InformationWeek and Microsoft for a virtual roundtable discussion in which we'll discuss how businesses are standardizing on fewer tools while also setting new goals. We're mastering the old challenges and exploring advanced and emerging capabilities that promise not only better insight but more foresight that will help us plan and prepare for better results in the future.

    You'll learn about:

    • Current and planned uses of business intelligence technologies
    • Shifts in goals for BI implementations
    • The top-five barriers to spreading the use of BI
    • The top-five up-and-coming "BI 2.0" technologies
    • The promise of (and barriers to) broader use of analytics

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