Profile of Jeff Bertolucci
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Jeff Bertolucci is a technology journalist in Los Angeles who writes mostly for Kiplinger's Personal Finance, The Saturday Evening Post, and InformationWeek.
Articles by Jeff Bertolucci
posted in January 2013
For tasks including security and retail optimization, video increasingly meets data analytics. It's one more pressure on enterprise storage needs.
Depending on the source, big data is still the next big thing, seriously overhyped, or simply too confusing to fathom.
Don't dive in head first, says Fed-focused data analytics and cloud provider.
Social media-generated data is a major reason companies will spend big on data-oriented analytics projects and people in 2013, a new survey says.
Data scientists who visualize massive amounts of information and make it accessible to everyone are actually 'animators,' says one analytics expert.
Big Blue program aims to prepare students for a workplace increasingly driven by data.
It's not the size of your data, it's what you do with it, says IBM analytics executive.
For organizations launching a big data platform, paying remote workers by task is one way to reduce expenses.
Every big data initiative should start with a master plan, says Information Builders CMO.
Google Flu Trends mines aggregated search queries to estimate flu activity across much of the world.
Startup Euclid uses smartphone Wi-Fi signals to monitor customer movements and collect data for brick-and-mortar retailers.
Immersive Labs' Cara face-detection software will detect shoppers' age, gender and other data that marketers love.
Open Data Center Alliance offers a big data primer for enterprises -- and sounds a call to action for standards-based big data technologies.
Apps, recommendations, and 'data equity' could help shape big data in 2013 and beyond.
Emerging video technologies create data-driven challenges for entertainment industry.