A2's Latest Content on Big Data
posted in December 2012
23 items
Things We Learned About Big-Data in 2012
Noreen Seebacher  
12/28/2012   33 comments
A totally subjective list of Five Things We Learned About Big-Data this year.
What to Do With Unstructured Data
Marshall Sponder  
12/26/2012   26 comments
Working with unstructured data won't be easy, but it is necessary.
FTC to Data Brokers: Cough Up the Info
Beth Schultz  
12/20/2012   17 comments
Some data brokers may know you better than you know yourself, and the Federal Trade Commission says that's a reason for concern.
Big-Data: A Day at the Beach
Noreen Seebacher  
12/19/2012   12 comments
The amount of digital data just a few years from now will be equal to all the grains of sand on earth -- multiplied by 57.
What to Give a Data Lover 2012
Beth Schultz  
12/18/2012   23 comments
Make the holidays merry for the data lover in your life with some ideas from our second annual gift list.
E-Chat Today: Using AI to Mine & Analyze Legal Data
Noreen Seebacher  
12/18/2012   5 comments
Some AI-based technologies are being used to mine and analyze legal data.
Hadoop: Take Care Before You Whoop It Up
Mark Pitts  
12/18/2012   13 comments
Despite all the hype, Hadoop addresses only a specific set of problems. Make sure they're the ones you need to solve.
Which Bits Are the Important Bits?
Anna Brown  
12/17/2012   2 comments
Expect plenty of influential speakers at The Premier Business Leadership Series 2013 in Amsterdam.
To Buy or Not to Buy, Right Now
Point / Counterpoint  
12/17/2012   30 comments
Using big-data to drive retail prices up and down several times a day just seems likely to make already skittish consumers more anxious.
Have I Got a Deal for You
Point / Counterpoint  
12/17/2012   48 comments
Dynamic pricing is a win-win for retailers and their customers.
'Love This Place,' Hate This Review
Beth Schultz  
12/14/2012   22 comments
Research proves positive reviews boost hotelier revenue -- but I still won't bite.
Welcome Back, Google Maps
Noreen Seebacher  
12/14/2012   23 comments
Google Maps are back in Apple's App Store, baby -- and back on the iPhone and iPad, where they belong.
Big-Data Meltdown & 7 Other 2013 Predictions
Beth Schultz  
12/13/2012   9 comments
The International Institute of Analytics tells us what's in store for analytics in the coming year.
Personalization or Privacy: The Fine Line
Noreen Seebacher  
12/13/2012   31 comments
Consumers will share their data. But they won't accept flagrant abuses of trust.
E-Chat Friday: How Big-Data Can Help Fix Higher Ed
Beth Schultz  
12/12/2012   3 comments
Join us for an e-chat with Brian Parish, higher ed consultant, on all the ways schools can tap into and benefit from big-data.
Now Everyone Wants a Piece of Data
Noreen Seebacher  
12/11/2012   8 comments
Data "myning" is expected to be a big trend in 2013.
Banks Should Tap Big-Data to Keep Customers
Noreen Seebacher  
12/10/2012   14 comments
Predictive analytics enables banks to gain critical business insight that can help them attract and retain customers.
6 Tips for Making Your Analytics Advice Stick
Marco Vriens  
12/10/2012   6 comments
Here are some ways to make sure your analytics-based insight doesn't go in one ear and out the other.
Big-Data & the Soon-to-Be College Coeds
Beth Schultz  
12/7/2012   16 comments
Living through the college app process once again puts big-data on my mind -- and on our e-chat schedule.
Any Fool Can Make a Rule...
Leo Sadovy  
12/5/2012   11 comments
The rules-based decision support process was the topic of this past week's DM Radio show.
Unlearning Our Old Data Ways
Mark Pitts  
12/5/2012   11 comments
Being successful requires deep knowledge of your domain, the data, and IT -- plus curiosity, creativity, and a willingness to experiment.
Put Your Brain to Work With Real Data
Beth Schultz  
12/4/2012   11 comments
Data-mining competitions such as two GE recently launched on Kaggle make a great alternative to certification.
Once Upon a Time, We Threw Stuff Away...
Noreen Seebacher  
12/4/2012   27 comments
Data hoarding seems to be growing in direct proportion to big-data.