CES 2016: Fear And Excitement In Las Vegas
CES brings new products that are exciting -- and some that are very, very scary. Here's a look ahead at what we'll be covering at CES 2016 this week -- and what we'll most definitely avoid.
Big Data Predictions For 2016
What's in store for big data in 2016? Expect updates in machine learning, real-time data-as-a-service, algorithm markets, Spark, and more.
10 Reasons To Snuggle Up To Python
Python is one of the most popular languages in education and commercial programming. Here are 10 reasons it should be the next language in your programming repertoire. For IT leaders, choosing Python as a core development language means you should easily be able to find talent that can wrap around any problem your project presents.
Top Programming Language In Demand, Love Actually Analyzed: Big Data Roundup
While much of the world might have been busy digesting the Roast Beast, big data land this week saw the benchmarking of streaming technologies, the language that's edging out Java as the top one for beginning programmers, a new way to understand a modern classic holiday movie using statistical tools, and more.
Improving Disaster Relief Efforts With GIS
RippleNami's GIS is helping NGOs and other aid organizations make the most of relief efforts by offering multiple layers of insight into an affected area. Here's how one organization is making the most of it to support more than 85,000 people across Kenya and Ethiopia.
How To Survive A Software Licensing Audit
Enterprise IT organizations face software audits as a matter of doing business with large technology vendors. What's the best approach to dealing with them? Here's a look at what you should and shouldn't do when you get that software licensing audit notice.
Hot Tech Trends To Watch In 2016
Whether it's the smartphone, virtual reality, or the growing ranks of the Internet of Things, technology will continue to pervade every aspect of our daily lives as 2016 unfolds. Here's what will play central roles in defining the next 12 months.