What you need to know about IBM Cognos 10
By Mark Dexter
27th December 2010

This article from Computer Weekly provides an overview of IBM's recently announced Cognos 10 which allows greater access to data in a more interactive and intuitive analytical workspace. It also leverages better caching and query management giving quicker results. Key characteristics users are likely to find attractive include:

  • Broader analytical capabilities. Cognos 10 includes business intelligence, planning, reporting, performance management, statistical reporting functionality, and data visualisation capabilities in one application allowing users to swiftly analyse data as needed.
  • Broader access to data. Users can also create new reports and dashboards from existing reports, access additional data sources, and even add and model external data from within a single analytical workspace.

Full article: Computer Weekly

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