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Blue Hill Research documents how technology supports business success. Our success-based methodology is based on the three pillars of success: technological, financial, and line of business. Our clients use this information to choose technologies, target high value use cases, and identify technology champions who truly make a difference for their organizations.

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How Microsoft's Equivio Acquisition Could Remove Barriers to Information Governance

On January 20, 2015, Microsoft announced the acquisition of electronic discovery (eDiscovery) and information governance (IG) solution provider Equivio. Microsoft will also continue to support existing Equivio customers, but will cease selling Equivio’s Zoom platform as the company incorporates Equivio…

What GoodData's Insights-as-a-Service Says About Cloud Analytics

On January 27th GoodData announced that it has launched Insights-as-a-Service. The offering provides automated recommendations and best practices for analytics users. The announcement is based on three main components: GoodData’s Data Explorer, Insights Engine, and Analytic Designer. From the perspective…

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LegalTech New York 2015 Expectations (1 of 5): Four Trends To Watch

After a year that went by far too quickly, we find ourselves once again facing LegalTech New York. Maybe it’s because it coincides so closely with the New Year, but I find LegalTech to be a good time to reflect…

LegalTech New York 2015 Expectations (2 of 5): Movement by Established Players

This is the second of five posts discussing key themes that Blue Hill will be watching at LegalTech New York 2015.  [See Part One of the series; parts three through five are forthcoming.] Last year, LegalTech New York was accompanied…

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Pulse Survey™: The TCO of Log and Machine Data Management

What does log and machine data management cost your organization? Blue Hill is researching the total cost of ownership of log and machine data management and we’d appreciate your insight.  We’ve launched a brief, 12-question survey to help us better…

Pulse Survey™: Accounts Receivable Trends

Blue Hill is interested in how companies are managing their receivables and payments processes, and we’d appreciate your input. We’ve partnered with Direct Insite to conduct a brief, 15-question survey to help us better understand and support your AR needs.…

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