Threats against mobile networks are increasing in number and sophistication, but the underlying network security architecture has not been updated to keep pace with those threats, warned Selim Aissi, vice president for global information security at Visa, during a panel discussion at the RSA Conference this week.
If you're into big data about big data, check out KDNuggets' interesting charts and analysis on the top 2013 LinkedIn Groups for analytics, big data, data mining and data science. As usual, editor Gregory Piatetsky doesn't disappoint.
Amazon is collecting viewer feedback in innovative ways in order to improve the traditional TV development process.
Around 42 percent of IT leaders surveyed by Gartner have invested or plan to invest in big data technology within a year. Fueling this investment is a recognition among enterprises that there are business opportunities that cannot be exploited using traditional data sources, technologies or practices. There are also demonstrated use cases for big data.
There is something interesting in this year's top ten technology trends for business report by PricewaterhouseCoopers. It lists emerging and disruptive technologies that are reshaping strategies, business models and investment, and among them, at number three, is big data mining and analysis. By itself, this is not surprising or particularly interesting--although welcome--but among the top ten, most are being driven by big data, helping to drive big data, or are otherwise related to big data.
We're seeing quite a bit written these days about the need to move forward on IT initiatives and decisions with great speed. When it comes to data-related projects, increasingly the advice seems to
Here's a low-cost, low-risk idea with potentially high value for your company: Take advantage of some of the old data that you have stockpiled by applying new analytical techniques to it. This idea,
With ongoing uncertainty in the economy, many businesses are not expected to dramatically increase hiring in the IT department soon. There is one new position, however, that many companies will want
Corporations everywhere are looking for ways to wring cash out of the mountains of data collected daily, and some, including Citigroup (NYSE: C), have turned that data into a business all its own.
CIOs looking for a way to turn their massive warehouses of data into a greater asset for the business might be interested in a new venture with the odd name of nPario Inc. The start-up, created by