Continuous intelligence has entered the business intelligence (BI) and analytics lexicon. However, like many new tech terms it is somewhat shrouded in confusion. Some believe it is a byword for realtime analytics, while others argue that it is an entirely new approach to analytics. In this report, we attempt to unravel the phrase and its approach, as well as distinguish it from continuous data integration, which emerged almost four years ago.
Data centers, on-prem deployments, and physical boxes were—for the longest time— the unquestioned standard across Federal agencies. Today, the wave of public cloud deployments seems just as inevitable. Agencies that once adopted a wait-and-see approach are now jumping feet first into the world of public cloud. Entire agencies are realigning their IT teams to deliver capabilities in more nimble, flexible ways.