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Databricks' data lake solution paves the way for BI and AI
Databricks has launched SQL Analytics, which enables cloud data warehousing on data lakes and offers improved price and performance over traditional cloud data warehouses.
Tableau Software integrates with Einstein Analytics for powerful data analytics
Future alignment plans include connecting Tableau natively to the Einstein Analytics data store which will take advantage of the performance optimisation’s and native Salesforce security integration.
Tableau launches in two new regions: Japan and Australia
“Our investment in these two new regions in APJ will allow more and more customers to migrate their analytics to the cloud and help with their business transformations.”
Tableau rolls out offering for greater data modelling capabilities
The offering is designed to make it easier for customers to analyse complex data without using coding or scripting, and answer complex business questions that span multiple database tables at different levels of detail.
Why channel opportunities are flourishing in the data analytics market
A growing desire by organisations to gain value from their data is spawning lucrative opportunities for channel partners across Australia and New Zealand.
Australia leading APAC in data readiness
Tableau/IDC’s data readiness index reveals leading data ready firms in Asia Pacific outperform laggards by 90%.
Tableau unveils updated partner programme
The Tableau Partner Network will roll out in phases over the next 12 months, starting in the first half of 2020.
Tableau announces raft of integrations and offerings
The integrations and new offerings are from featured technology partners including Alibaba, Alteryx, Databricks, DataRobot and others.
Data scientists shouldn’t tell data stories alone - Tableau
There are almost 700 Australians with the job title of ‘chief storyteller’, according to LinkedIn.
Tableau launches data & server management offerings for enterprise
Tableau Software recently announced general availability of a range of new capabilities that power statistical analysis with a single click, as well as natural language processing, data management, and server management.
Integrating data into decision-making from the ground up
In order to implement a change that can be sustained, organisations need to find a way to embed it into their culture.
AI's lack of intuition is where humans excel best
Could you trust machines to make business decisions with the right amount of judgement and contextual understand that humans can? Not yet.
Yes, data is the new oil - but only analytics can refine the insights
Data has frequently been referred to as the ‘oil’ of the 21st century - much like oil, it’s a raw material that can be transformed into insights and value. Following that analogy, the oil refineries of data today are business intelligence and analytics platforms.
Australian citizens aren’t sold on a data-powered economy
"If Australia truly harbours ambitions to become a data-powered economy, it has some serious work to do."
Woolworths Group selects Tableau for rapid data analytics and insights
Woolworths Group Australia has chosen Tableau’s data reporting and visual analytics tools to achieve rapid, real-time decision making in the fast-paced FMCG environment.
How to gain an edge with data analytics in 2019
"With greater reliance on AI and machine learning comes human hesitation about the trustworthiness of model-driven recommendations."
How Tableau aims to make data analytics more accessible
Tableau Software announced the general availability of Ask Data, which leverages the power of natural language processing.
How Australian companies can make good use of their data
"Collecting data cannot be an end in itself and extracting and leveraging the insights it contains should become standard operating procedure across all business units."
Australian CIOs need to recognise the power of data analytics
"Australian businesses are expected to ramp up analytics investment in 2018."
Exclusive interview: Tableau on data analytics, AI and GDPR
We sat down with Tableau chief product officer Francois Ajenstat to talk about how the company enables organisations to be more 'analytics capable'.
Tableau partners with Swinburne University on new analytics course
The course is positioned as a method for increasing the digital literacy of students in a range of professions.
Understanding the implications of AI and machine learning
Are AI and ML all doom and gloom or will they drive significant, encouraging progress?
Tableau: How to transform your meetings with data
It is most often a lack of information, not time, that drives inefficiency and renders many meetings completely futile.
Journalism education gets a seat at the Tableau
"As educators, it is imperative that we respond to the industry’s growing demand for data journalists and prepare the next generation of reporters."