Posted by Charles Green on November 1, 2013
- Highly skilled and experienced resources are expensive and difficult to find.
- New technologies, such as SAP HANA or Hadoop, are challenging existing capabilities.
- New sources of data are rendering existing information infrastructures inadequate.
- Companies still lack maturity in managing and analyzing their data. For example, few companies have a fully-fledged information management strategy (just 13%, according to Forrester’s Q2 2013 Global Information Strategy And Architecture Online Survey).
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