What's happening at your company--is major analytics work underway? If not, what is everyone waiting for? The transformational and disruptive potential of big data is too big to ignore.
Expect the IT landscape in 2014 to look a lot like that of 2013 in terms of what is hot, according to new research from IDC. There just may be a bit more to it.
Data scientists are being held aloft as one of the premier IT hires as we head into 2014.
It appears that the term is being used interchangeably with data analytics which can be applied to any data set size. While incorrect, it is notable that data analysis is so top of mind of so many. And that is as it should be.
With big data scientist and data analysis roles topping all the "jobs that are hot" lists, two trends have emerged as we head into 2014.
Sometimes it seems that everybody has been swept up by the hype around big data and the opportunities for data scientists. But not Chris Taylor.
When it comes to the adoption of mobility, social networks, cloud computing and big data, things may not be as rosy as they seem at many organizations, a new study reveals.
CIOs keep hearing about the business value to be found in big data, but in most cases, they aren't the ones leading the efforts to mine those assets.
When it comes to the effective use of big data for marketing, a new study finds that just a minority of companies are fulling embracing it--still.
Top news stories for Nov. 20, 2013.