Posts Tagged ‘QlikView’

3 BI And Analytics Trends That Are Hard To Deny

  According to IBM, we generate 2.5 quintillion bytes of data every day. And, 90% of the data that exists today, whether found in your clinical systems, on social media, or on your mobile devices, has been gathered within the last two years. All of that is what we call “big data.” As the volume […]

Time Well Spent in 2015

The end of 2015 is fast approaching, with December looming just a week away. For most people, December is packed with the hustle and bustle of last-minute gift shopping, or end-of-year projections and budgets for 2016. Often in the sway of all this activity, many are so focused on the approaching New Year that they […]

Why is Oracle’s OBIEE 12c Important?

Last week, Oracle released version 12c of OBIEE (Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition). There are several features that are new to 12c, among which is the UI which has now been updated to become more modern compared to the prior 11g interface. The most interesting feature that has been added is the new Data Visualization […]

How to Connect Hortonworks Hive from Qlikview with ODBC driver

As with most BI tools, QlikView can use Apache Hive (via ODBC connection) as the SQL access to data in Hadoop. Here we are going to talk about qlikview how to connect Hortonworks Hive via ODBC. Prerequisites 1.Those are versions of each component we installed in Hortonworks Hue HDP Hadoop Hive-Hcatalog Ambari HBase Hortonworks ODBC […]

A CEO Who Knows Exactly Where His Clinical Programs Stand

  I have a thing for listening in on earnings calls, as I often hear interesting tidbits from executives about their businesses. On a recent call, I found it fascinating to hear the CEO of a biopharmaceutical company specifically address the progress they’re making on one of their clinical trials. He literally got down to […]

6 Trends In Life Sciences IT For 2015

  Throughout 2015, we should continue to see life sciences companies investing in technology to reduce drug and device development costs and time, and more importantly, to improve the safety and efficacy of their products. It’s no longer a choice, but rather a matter of time: life sciences companies need to upgrade their IT solutions […]

Qlik Makes Sense … the .Next Big Thing?

In my blog post about ‘Qlik Leadership’ – back in April – I pointed out how Qlik was going to reinvent itself and the BI market once again. A few months later Qlik Sense was released. Qlik Sense Desktop is a Windows-based desktop application, and I view it as Qlik’s first installment on the .Next […]

Qlik leadership – vision, guts and glory… hopefully

Qlik leadership – vision, guts and glory… hopefully

“It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change.” – Supposedly Darwin from ‘Origin of Species’… or NOT According to the most recent report from Gartner, no one vendor is fully addressing the critical space in the market […]

QlikView

QlikView… QlikTech… Qlik…

Several years ago, when I started using QlikView (QlikTech’s flagship product), I had a strong preference for more traditional BI tools and platforms, mostly because I thought that QlikView was just a visualization tool. But after some first-hand experience with the tool, any bias I had was quickly dissipated and I’ve been a QlikView fan […]