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Monday, 01 February 2016 12:24

Cloud analytics has reached a tipping point

An IDG Research report finds 74% expect to adopt hybrid or cloud-only analytics within next three years

Informatica's Greg Hanson believes that 2016 will see a new data-driven revolution, as insight becomes more refined and more widely (and easily) available.

Nearly half of businesses have experienced a data breach in the last year which they believed could have been avoided using intelligent tools.

New research finds businesses are unable to determine the risk for 58% of confidential data secured in the cloud and 28% of that held on premise.

Informatica’s latest security solution provides organisations with the ability to secure data and identify potential threats across on-premise, public, private and hybrid cloud.

New research shows businesses are aware of threats posed from storing data in the cloud but are unable to quantify and secure the data they already store in the cloud

ParStream builds the first real-time analytics system - based on its successful ParStream DB -  to analyse the anticipated data tsunami from the Internet of Things.

Informatica offers subscription pricing for their Big Data Edition for Cloudera and Hortonworks and offers free 60 day trials

Informatica’s latest solution allows SAP users to integrate their data directly into Salesforce and view the results on a mobile

Data integration software business Informatica has launched Informatica PowerExchange, an enterprise-class data integration connector for Amazon Redshift. Using the new connector, Informatica PowerCenter Informatica claims businesses will be able to “more easily and quickly expand their data warehouse environments to include, or even completely migrate to, Amazon’s Redshift petabyte-scale data warehouse service.”



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