Your Data Is Biased, Here's Why
Biased data can lead to bad decisions. Most business leaders aren't aware of the problem just yet, but they need to be because they're ultimately responsible.
Our Coming 5G World and IoT
The future of IoT and 5G networking isn't something that "will happen" in the coming years. To some extent, it's already here, setting the stage for further growth.
Computer Industry History May Not Be What You Think
InformationWeek readers know a lot about technology. Many studied computer history as part of their majors and yet, even PhDs would likely flunk a test about African-American contributions to the computer industry. Here's why.
Why Your Business May Not Be Ready for AI
Businesses in virtually all industries are using or experimenting with AI, but do they really understand the ultimate impact AI will have on their businesses? Not completely, according to a new survey by Genpact and FORTUNE Knowledge Group.
Data Science and the Don’ts
Big data analytics promise tremendous benefits for organizations, but there are a few gotchas that stand in the path to success.
Moving the Cloud Closer to the Business
We will soon reach the point where connectivity to cloud resources is going to become a serious issue in terms of real-time computing functions. So, how do we bring the cloud closer to us?
The Cyber Risk of False Confidence
Companies are overly confident about their cybersecurity, and it's leaving their data (and maybe yours too), open to some major security risks.
Cybersecurity Becomes a Career Choice
Young people can't ignore the news. Data breaches are everywhere and they're beginning to realize that it's up to them to keep our personal and national information private.
Debunking 8 Big Data and Analytics Myths
As with other emerging tech concepts, big data and analytics are haunted by myths. Here are eight such myths that you will want to dispel as you advance your analytics strategy.
Top 10 Challenges IT Faces Heading Into 2018
While IT teams seem to face similar obstacles every year (talent shortages, tight budgets), the technology and methods they use to meet those challenges are rapidly improving and evolving.