AppSense Xtraction for DesktopNow is a connector that provides easy access to real-time data from the management server and personalisation server, to present data using dashboards and reports.
Australian start-up companies will visit Chengdu in August to help facilitate a bilateral trade and innovation exchange between Australia and China.
Business intelligence professionals find internal data to be more valuable than external data, and express a preference for data that can be stored in databases and easily searched, research indicates.
The ACS, the professional association for Australia's ICT sector, is taking submissions for the 2016 Digital Disruptor Awards until 4 August.
The NSW state winners have been announced for the 2016 iAwards that recognise the best in digital innovation.
The Department of Employment has adopted the Qlik Sense visual analytics offering for a new portal designed to assist the 'jobactive' service in connecting job seekers with employers.
The new paradigm of digital transformation will enable you to build ongoing organisational success by understanding and relating to your customers.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is still shrouded in a level of uncertainty, but what should businesses be doing to take advantage of the opportunities?
CeBIT will return to its original home at Darling Harbour in 2017, following a highly successful 2016 show at Sydney Olympic Park.
'Design thinking' is gaining popularity across a number of sectors and is now seen as an exciting new paradigm that allows companies to make themselves relevant in a world that is constantly changing.
Modern businesses require the kind of analytical document flexibility that fixed-layout formats such as PDF simply cannot provide.
Much of the trouble that Australian organisations are having with business intelligence comes down simply to a lack of skills in the workforce, analysts say.
A new tactical business intelligence solution is helping coal mining companies get to grips with their huge volumes of production data.
Gartner expects the Australian business intelligence and analytics market to exceed $700m this year as the shift towards business-led, self-service analytics passes a tipping point.
Chartered Accountants Australia & New Zealand is working with Microsoft and Westpac on a predictive analytics platform for chartered accountants.