5 Analytics Resolutions For 2014
Most of us could stand to be a little better and do a little more -- and what a better time to think about how to make that happen than the dawn of a new year?
How To Build A Successful Data Science Team
Don't try to find one superhuman who does it all. You need three experts: business analyst, machine learning expert, and data engineer, says Lithium Technologies chief scientist.
Top 10 Big Data Stories Of 2013
Big data equals big opportunity -- and a surplus of hype. Catch up on the big data articles that interested readers most in 2013.
In A Fever For Big Data
Healthcare orgs are relentlessly accumulating data, and a growing array of tools are becoming available to manage it.
Analytics: Where The Girls Are
Data science is a field where men and women enjoy near parity in terms of university students and jobs, according to one expert.
Cloudera Goes Cloud With Amazon
Cloudera says Amazon Web Services partnership will help customers move beyond Hadoop sandboxes to bring high-scale production platforms into the cloud.
Reform NSA, Tech Execs Tell Obama
Top leaders from Apple, AT&T, Facebook, Google, Microsoft, Yahoo meet with President Obama, urge him to "move aggressively" on US surveillance reforms.
Obama's Open Data Plan: Much Work Ahead
Open government advocates found plenty to praise in Obama administration's latest National Action Plan (NAP). But agencies must now make good on those plans.
Oracle Embraces OpenStack
Oracle bows to the growing Open Stack trend, promises to integrate its product line with the open-source project.
HIMSS Rates Hospitals' IT Maturity
In Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society's test to score hospitals' adoption and use of IT tools, only about 2% of US hospitals have achieved a top rating.
CIOs Get Smart About BI
ITís tried for years to simplify business intelligence efforts. Have visual analysis tools and Hadoop and NoSQL databases helped? Respondents to our 2014 InformationWeek Analytics, Business Intelligence, and Information Management Survey have a mixed outlook.