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Operational Intelligence Whitepapers

Fujitsu develops a number of Whitepapers that outline some of the issues and challenges that we currently see with our existing customers, as well as the potential issues that we see occurring in the future.
Whitepaper Title / Link Description
Palantir summary and use within Operational Whitepaper-Oi (120 KB) Intelligence All business and government departments are facing increasing pressure to make decisions and to respond to issues immediately. Due to these demands, organisations are turning to Operational Intelligence to help solve these problems, how can the Palantir Gotham suite of products help?
Operational intelligence with IBM i2 Enterprise Whitepaper-OI-i2 (209 KB)Insight Analysis Proactive intelligence makes sense. How can IBM’s i2 EIA suite help an organisation make proactive intelligence decisions?
Pitfalls when enriching a knowledge base WhitePaper-OI-Pitfalls of KB enriching (139 KB) All business and government departments are facing increasing pressure to make decisions faster and to respond to issues immediately. What are the pitfalls when attempting to enrich a knowledge base?
Key issues during project implementation Whitepaper-OI-Key Issues in project (186 KB) Are you trying to implement an operational intelligence system? This Whitepaper looks at some of the common issues during project implementation.
Edge based analysis Whitepaper-OI-Edge based analysis (294 KB) It is vital that intelligence assessments are provided in a timely fashion. With the exponential increase in data that is becoming available the traditional technical approaches are struggling to keep up. This paper will discuss conducting analysis at the edge of the network as an approach to handle this increase in data and start achieving real time intelligence analysis.
Edge based analysis – Part II Edge based analysis-PART II (233 KB) The status quo of ingesting data into a central hub not only increases data duplication but also delays the decisions of analysts. This paper will outline an architecture that allows analytics to be pushed to the edge of networks allowing true real time analysis of data.