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 April 2013
Access to large, relevant data sets is the biggest problem facing business intelligence and data analytics instructors and students, new survey finds.
Dedicated graph analytics appliance from Cray subsidiary YarcData looks for hard-to-find relationships in big data.
Will Apple's 5th-generation iPad be a bore or have innovations galore? We'd like to see five rumors come true.
U.S. intelligence agencies use semantic analysis software to find potential security threats from massive volumes of incoming data.
Startup Tranzlogic brings big data-style analytics like those used by giant retailers to small and midsize merchants.
DataSift now streams real-time social data to Splunk's analytics software for the enterprise.
Windows 8's coming-out party was a bust. How should Microsoft revive its flagging Windows franchise?
Predictive analytics tells you what will happen; prescriptive analytics tells you what to do about it.
A toe-in-the-water approach to big data makes more sense than jumping in with both feet, says CEO of IT management software firm ManageEngine.
A large part of big data management is knowing what data to analyze, what to back up and what to dump, says disaster recovery expert.
From clamshell to multitouch, these cellphones made their mark -- for better or worse.
But some retailers may not be ready for the big data deluge as consumers migrate to mobile devices.
GE's Industrial Internet Quests challenge global experts to create new algorithms to improve air travel and healthcare.
Brace yourself for a data-centric universe with sensors everywhere, says Pervasive Software's CTO.
Overlooking historical information, or "long data," may limit a company's ability to connect with its customers.