Profile of Jeff Bertolucci
News & Commentary Posts: 343
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 November 2013
With data scientists in short supply, the US must step up its game to compete globally, says educator.
HarperCollins uses a data-driven approach to make quicker, bolder marketing decisions.
Hollywood trails other industries when it comes to using data to enhance its business decisions or improve the customer experience. Can the Video Genome Project help?
Whether you're tablet shopping now or looking ahead, check out this year's standouts.
Unmanned space missions can generate hundreds of terabytes of data every hour. What's a space agency to do?
Many companies need to stop looking for a unicorn and start building a data science team, says CEO of data applications firm Lattice.
"Fast data" -- information provided in near-real time -- is key to getting the most out of analytics projects, says ParStream CEO Michael Hummel.
With Hadoop 2.0's arrival, you will need to explain the benefits of the reigning big data platform to business types and C-suite executives.
Sure, it's an improvement over Windows 8. But for many PC users, Windows 8.1 is a clumsy hybrid that's a pain to navigate.
A lack of interdepartmental trust prevents organizations from getting full value from their analytics projects, IBM survey finds.
Five key big data roles will emerge as analytics tools become more popular in the enterprise, says one analyst firm.