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Frank Ohlhorst - Technology journalist

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Gaining business insights from company data is no longer just something on the organizational wish list; it's a must-have. But that doesn't mean it's free. Oracle shops starting up business analytics projects must take heed and determine what information is most important and how quickly it should be processed. In this handbook, learn the differences between real-time and "right-time" analytics in Oracle environments, understand what is best for your organization and get the lowdown on real-time data integration and tools.  Access >>>

Table of contents

  • Real-time or right-time analytics? Time will tell
  • Patience, planning needed for real-time data integration
  • Oracle tools for real-time data run the gamut

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Frank Ohlhorst - Technology journalist

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