6 Ways To Build Trust In Big Data
Many business leaders may not believe what big data says, even when it shows increased revenue or efficiency. Big data has to earn their trust.
Ayasdi Analyzes Shape Of Big Data
Startup melds rarefied mathematics discipline of topological analysis with machine learning techniques to glean insights from huge data sets.
Data Science Certification Program Emerges
What skills should a big data expert possess? International group of analytics experts says its Certified Analytics Professional (CAP) program provides rigorous standard.
Formula One Racing Learns From Sensors
Big data, meet fast data. Lotus Formula One team uses more than 200 sensors on the car to measure tires, brakes and more for real-time alarms and post-race analysis.
Big Data: Know What You Want
InformationWeek research shows a lack of confidence in big data analytics. You can push past the fear, but remember presenting the data is as important as finding it.
Data.gov Gets Updated: A Closer Look
Version 2.0 of government's data portal relies heavily on open-source platforms, but finding usable data can still be like looking for buried treasure.
IBM's Future Growth: Details Shrouded
IBM second-quarter earnings rise but revenues slide, raising questions about where IBM will find next waves of growth. Some cloud, big data and Watson numbers stay hidden.
When Big Data Equals Big Money Waste
Plan carefully and involve business stakeholders early to avoid burning time and money by locking up big data in expensive, impenetrable data vaults.
SAP, Esri Step Up Geospatial Analysis
SAP Hana, SAP BusinessObjects and SAP Mobile gain links to Esri's ArcGIS platform for mapping, geospatial analysis and budding industrial Internet apps.
How To Balance BYOD And Big Data
BYOD movement can be a security challenge for IT departments, and big data adds a new level of complexity. Here are some points to keep in mind.
Big Data: 6 Ways To Find What Matters
Big data is poised for a big backlash from business leaders if we can't deliver what matters clearly, in real time. One answer: visualization technology.