BI Team & Staffing
17 January, 2017
Cisco Systems today introduced new educational offerings aimed at narrowing the looming skills gap in the areas of data analytics and digital transformation. In particular…
9 January, 2017
Some aspects of technology seem to change every month. If you work as a data scientist or engineer, the tools you use don’t change…
17 January, 2017
Cisco Systems today introduced new educational offerings aimed at narrowing the looming skills gap in the areas of data analytics and digital transformation. In particular, the new analytics program is designed to help Cisco customers make sense of the zettabytes worth of new data that will be collected over the…
9 January, 2017
Some aspects of technology seem to change every month. If you work as a data scientist or engineer, the tools you use don’t change quite so quickly, but can shift every few years. Bentley University commissioned a study to find which business skills are growing in demand. By looking…
16 December, 2016
In the U.S., women earn about 40% of undergraduate degrees in STEM fields overall, according to a recent study, yet receive less than 20% each of the degrees awarded in computer science, engineering, and physics. That leaves a pretty serious gender gap in one of the most in-demand…
13 December, 2016
Hospitals in Paris are trialling Big Data and machine learning systems designed to forecast admission rates – leading to more efficient deployment of resources and better patient outcomes.
It’s just one more way in which cutting-edge data science is being applied to real-world problems in healthcare, along with…
11 November, 2016
Technology has been changing the world as we know it, and in a quite fast pace. Companies that were born with a digital DNA are now taking over the market, and there are no signs that this will change in a near future. For the past 30 years, the so…
10 November, 2016
We polled InformationWeek readers to find out about IT spending priorities for 2017. Here’s what we learned. See how your budget plans for next year stack up.
We asked readers of InformationWeek to tell us about IT spending priorities for 2017. Our flash poll, conducted October 2 to November…
26 January, 2016
Tara Paider, associate vice president of IT architecture at Nationwide Insurance based in Columbus, Ohio, has some advice for data experts eager for big data project success: One of the biggest reasons big data projects fail is neither the technology nor the quantity of the data. It’s people.
8 January, 2016
If your organization overlooks verbal communication as an analytics source, it’s missing an opportunity for a competitive advantage.
UCLA Professor Albert Mehrabian’s book Silent Messages published in 1971 is about his research on non-verbal communication. Mehrabian concluded that only 7% of prospects’ credibility during the sales process…
4 November, 2015
The latest survey from Tech Pro Research shows a big discrepancy in the relevance that CIO’s feel their role retains, versus what other IT staffers report…
30 October, 2015
By now, everyone knows that there is huge potential in data. From reducing costs by improving quality, to enriching existing products and services by informationalizing them, to innovating by bringing big data and analytics to bear, data are showing themselves worthy across the board. Still, data do not give up…