The Pulse - A newsletter by Sandhill.com
January 11, 2017
 
 
 
 

Secret to success, ROI for any big data project

Naresh Agarwal

Naresh Agarwal
Head, Data
Brillio

Leaders today know how difficult it can be to determine the return on investment (ROI) of a major big data project. Big data is an evolving field, and many of its greatest innovations have yet to be discovered. This article discusses how to ensure long-term success and ROI for any big data project.

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Q&A with Paul Brady on biz continuity solutions

Paul Brady

Paul Brady
CEO
Unitrends

Unitrends provides cloud-empowered business-continuity solutions. Paul Brady, a veteran CEO with a track record of establishing, growing and operating tech companies, came on board to accelerate the company’s growth. He discusses trends in business continuity solutions and shares leadership advice.

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Automotive software: why competition is revving up

Rick Delgado,

Rick Delgado,
Technology Writer

Automobile innovation once came from enhancing the engine or car body. Today, the latest software is what makes a car more unique and better than its competition, and even Google and Apple are entering this market. This article discusses software in the automotive industry.

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Amazon Go’s meaning for industry, consumers

Kathleen Ulrich

Kathleen Ulrich
Head of Marketing
Brillio

Imagine going into a store, taking the products you want and walking out without lining up at checkout. This article discusses how convenience store Amazon Go, now in beta testing in Seattle and opening in early 2017, will provide this futuristic shopping experience and the potential the technology unlocks.

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Executive Briefings

 
 

White paper: “Using software monetization to drive medical device innovation, profit & clinician satisfaction:

The medical equipment industry is undergoing a transformation from a hardware-only business model to also selling services. Enabling this transformation are technological advancements such as embedded software, connectivity and the cloud. These trends have sparked rapid innovation and tremendous market growth. Pegged at $140 billion in 2013, the market for medical equipment with embedded software is expected to rise to $140 billion by 2018, growing at a CAGR of 40%. Medical device vendors that embrace these market trends are reaping the benefits but only if fully equipped to handle the challenges that come along with this transformation.

To learn more, download this white paper.

 






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