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The greatest advanced analytics success stories this year have been among organizations that focus on culture, collaboration and confidence, not the technology alone.
Researchers in the life sciences spend a quarter of their time managing data, according to an online survey of 70 people working in biology laboratories conducted by the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Information Technology FIT in Sankt Augustin. Many reported that they have no centralized or structured approach to data collection in their workplace.
Ronald L. Wasserstein, executive director of the American Statistical Association, speaks frankly of the top eight challenges big data poses to statisticians--and the opportunities it presents as well.
As Google begins its effort to comply with Europe's "right to be forgotten" law, more is now known about what's being forgotten than ever before.
Data scientists say they are drowning in data--but the biggest problem isn't the volume of it, it is the variety of that data that makes life so challenging.
IT pros are still looking to "old school" solutions for malware detection and analysis, says Jon Oltsik, senior principal analyst with research firm ESG.
"The new mantra for security analytics should be, 'collect and analyze everything,'" writes Jon Oltsik in his post in NetworkWorld. "What makes up 'everything?' Meta data, security intelligence, identity information, transactions, emails, physical security systems--everything!"