As in 2014, data and analytics were a hot topic at CIO.com in 2015. Here are the 10 most-viewed data and analytics stories of the year.
Many big companies today do a great job of collecting big data. However, the challenge remains to get insights out of the data. Clorox CIO Manjit Singh suggests taking a more agile approach.
Wholesaler JJ Food Service’s ecommerce portal left it a little disconnected from its customers, so it’s using its data and Azure-based machine learning to bring back the personal touch.
Wireless biosensors and big data analytics can help hospitals identify patients showing signs of sepsis, the leading cause of death in noncoronary intensive care units in the U.S. They can even keep monitoring patients who have been discharged.
Big data, business analytics and marketing experts discuss how organizations can best put to use all that consumer data they’ve been collecting.
Today’s data-driven business runs on the almighty algorithm. But if you’re not careful, those geeky formulas can stir up legal and ethical trouble.
Once considered a mysterious black art, marketing is now a quantifiable, data-based function. But how do businesses use data analytics to drive marketing decisions?
Sports statistics were once viewed as something only computer geeks were interested in. Those days are long gone.
Becoming a data-driven enterprise requires a plan and the right people, technology and culture. These seven principles of data-driven transformation will help you successfully make the journey.
Intel and Cloudera joined forces just a year ago to accelerate enterprise Hadoop adoption. Here’s how seven companies have taken advantage of new technology to drive big data.
Business analytics are becoming ‘the air companies breathe and the oceans in which they swim,’ according to Deloitte Analytics. These eight trends will dominate the analytics field in 2015.
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