Big Data Analytics: What It Is, Why You Want It

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“The promise of big data is the ability to make predictions based on it. Information can be viewed and analyzed, trends can be understood, and correlations can be plotted. The challenge, of course, is finding the value, especially when content volume is increasing.” Mark Barrenechea in Digital: Disrupt or Die With our CEO’s challenge in mind, we’re proud to announce OpenTex... Read More

Is Your Organization Ready for the Future?

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Is your organization ready for the future? Meeting Customer Demand for Interactivity and Flexibility Consumer technology is changing at a rapid pace, and so are consumer expectations. As the lines between business customers and consumers blur, we can see the speed of this consumer technology evolution is impacting the expectations of corporate customers or business users. Busin... Read More

Operating at the Speed of Digital

Digital Disruption is Stronger and Faster
“It is not the strongest or the most intelligent who will survive but those who can best manage change.” – Charles Darwin We live in a time of unprecedented change. In every sector, digital technologies are changing the rules of business by enabling new business models. Startups are reshaping entire industries, combining technologies like cloud, social, mobile, and analytics to ... Read More

Data Driven Digest for July 31

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Data visualization exists to help us learn things from, and about, data. It helps us answer questions like these: What are the trends in the data? What data is most common and most unusual? What information is important and what’s not? Appropriately, this week’s Data Driven Digest is all about learning: Learning about words, learning about complex concepts, and learning about educa... Read More

Data Driven Digest for July 24

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Marriage is on the minds of data scientists and data journalists this summer. That’s our suspicion, based on the many blog posts, articles, and data visualizations that have come onto the radar at the Data Driven Digest. We’ve picked three favorite examples that – pardon the pun – wed  serious data science with attractive, clear data visualization. Do any these ring a bell wi... Read More

Installing iHub, Trial Edition on Windows

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OpenText Actuate Information Hub (iHub), Trial Edition is a free evaluation version of OpenText's enterprise-grade data visualization server that you can download and use to bring your report designs and applications to life. This blog will walk you through the process of installing the software on Windows so you can begin your iHub projects and application deployment.   Befo... Read More

Installing iHub, Trial Edition on Linux

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OpenText Actuate Information Hub (iHub), Trial Edition is a free evaluation version of OpenText's enterprise-grade data visualization server that you can download and use to bring your report designs and applications to life. This blog will walk you through the process of installing the software on Linux so you can begin your iHub projects and application deployment. Download iHu... Read More

Using the iHub, Trial Edition VMware Image

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  OpenText Actuate Information Hub (iHub), Trial Edition is a free evaluation version of OpenText's enterprise-grade data visualization server that you can download and use to bring your report designs and applications to life. This blog will walk you through the process of installing the software on a VMware instance so you can begin your iHub projects and application deploymen... Read More

Data Driven Digest for July 17

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Yesterday’s Emmy nominations demonstrate television’s growing embrace of video streaming services – and, in particular, the expanding influence of Netflix on the TV landscape. Today’s Data Driven Digest features three data visualizations related to television – two of which connect directly to the opportunities and challenges related to streaming video. Red Crush: I... Read More

Introducing iHub, Trial Edition

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What can you accomplish in 45 days? You can do something silly like write one tweet about cheese, keep a Twinkie fresh or even raise a Japanese Beetle from birth to death. Better yet, you can do something smart: Download the just-released OpenText Actuate Information Hub (iHub), Trial Edition, integrate it with your existing IT infrastructure, bring in your data, and discover... Read More