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There is no difference, right? I mean, c’mon, they have the same root words and aim to provide a scrutinized view of the data provided to them; how different can they be?

Well, they are the same, in the sens that they both: Analyze and Improve businesses, Solve Problems and Build actionable items based on identified requirements. where they differ is their purpose.

Think of it as a Before and after scenario: BEFORE you have requirements defined, you use business analysis. AFTER the application is built, you apply business analytics for feedback on performance. you Lets go a bit further.


The accessibility to business intelligence tools has always been something of a privilege, one reserved for larger corporations with a bigger bank roll. The last few years has seen a number of products hit the market, all claiming to provide the next best thing in intelligence gathering and analytics. Today, we have found ourselves in an oversaturated market, and in turn this has helped bring overall costs of products down. …

Have you spent any time researching different options for your infrastructure lately? If you have, you’ve most likely noticed that the data industry is overly saturated with different brands and companies that all claim to have the best business intelligence software, the best Enterprise Performance Management Systems, the best dashboards, the best reporting, you get the picture. And with Cloud computing in-demand for better delivery of compute power, database storage, applications, and other IT resources, brands are at war for your attention.

Because of this, people are having an extremely difficult time choosing a company to go with! And with…

This year will see many changes for the way companies manage and build their database. From customized, seamless reporting integration that pulls from multiple sources to moving entire infrastructures to off-site cloud storage systems, the future of database design and management is extremely bright! However, there are plenty of standards to remember that will always remain true, that you must keep in mind.

With that, there are a few things to consider when building your next database:

  1. Plan ahead! The further you can predict your needs, the better off you’ll be down the road. Understand the database’s purpose so that you have the right tool.
  2. Keep passwords as encrypted as possible for security. With…

Data has become the Ether of Life for most major companies over the last few years. 2016 was no exception and brought a lot of information — from post “Likes” to shopping purchases, the world generates over 2.5 Quintilian bytes of data a day. These numbers are growing every day, with a possible 50,000 Gigs of Data generated every second by 2018.

2017 is shaping up to be the best year for data yet, but with a new year comes a lot of new changes. Here is a list of items to pay attention to as we head into 2017:


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