A2's Latest Content on Big Data
posted in July 2012
28 items
Slideshow: Startups Have Big Interest in Big-Data
Noreen Seebacher  
7/31/2012   5 comments
Here are five of the numerous big-data startups to keep an eye on in the months to come.
To Err Is Human: The Ravages of Poor Data Quality on Big-Data
Thomas Redman  
7/31/2012   15 comments
Make no mistake, high-quality data will be an imperative for big-data analytics.
VCs Pour Money Into Big-Data
Noreen Seebacher  
7/30/2012   30 comments
Venture capitalists poured $1.15 billion into big-data firms in the past five quarters.
Bits & Bytes of Random Data
Noreen Seebacher  
7/27/2012   22 comments
News about two Pinterest analytics startups, a new UK DIY survey platform, and tracking consumer behavior during the 2012 Olympic Games.
Analytics, Big-Data & the I/O Path
Paul Burns  
7/27/2012   17 comments
What you need to know about speeding up the I/O path for analytics processing.
Fear & Reassurances About Big-Data
Noreen Seebacher  
7/26/2012   16 comments
While questions about the best ways to collect, store, and use the ever-increasing amounts of big-data are legitimate, misplaced fear and subjective assurance are overshadowing the realities.
Upstart Movenbank Moves Forward With Big-Data
Noreen Seebacher  
7/25/2012   17 comments
Movenbank is using predictive and sentiment analysis to set interest rates on savings accounts and loans.
Analytics & Big-Data: Press 'Pause' on the Stairmaster
Gary Cokins  
7/25/2012   1 comment
Technology is no longer the impediment to driving corporate improvement culture and leadership style are.
The Curious Link Between Big-Data & Cannibalism
Noreen Seebacher  
7/24/2012   12 comments
Does big-data have the potential to serve man -- as in make life better -- or will it simply serve man up on a metaphorical plate?
Academics (& Then Some) by the Algorithms
Beth Schultz  
7/23/2012   26 comments
Colleges are tapping into academic, behavioral, and even some social data to help direct students and keep them tracking toward success.
We're Too Small to Embrace Big-Data, Critics Claim
Noreen Seebacher  
7/23/2012   8 comments
A new Pew Internet/Elon University survey about big-data delivers mixed messages.
3 Reasons Big-Data Has Relevance
Marco Vriens  
7/19/2012   12 comments
With big-data at your disposal, you can get better analytics, validate decisions more easily, and gain faster insights. What's not to like?
1 Big Love Fest for Big-Data Here
Tricia Aanderud  
7/17/2012   15 comments
Text analysis of six months' worth of AllAnalytics.com content shows few surprises about attitudes toward trends such as big-data, business intelligence, and social media.
Staving Off Downtime & Other Benefits From Industrial Analytics
Beth Schultz  
7/17/2012   10 comments
At GE Energy, applying advanced compression and predictive analytics technologies to process data saves $75 million a year.
Business Analytics Software 'Crosses the Chasm' Into Mass Market, IDC Says
Beth Schultz  
7/16/2012   12 comments
In a worldwide market study released last week, IDC reported the business analytics software market will continue to grow through 2016.
It Pays to Listen to Your Customers
Noreen Seebacher  
7/16/2012   17 comments
Forrester Research named three companies 2012 Voice of the Customer Award winners. A rep from one of them, Barclaycard US, tells why.
Different Shades of Data... & Social Media
Noreen Seebacher  
7/12/2012   20 comments
We give you multiple ways to connect with us, from the message boards here on All Analytics to our Facebook page, our LinkedIn group, and our often clever and engaging tweets.
4 Simple Truths About Analytics
Noreen Seebacher  
7/10/2012   27 comments
What are the key realities about big-data? Data professionals tend to agree about some broad themes.
Cloud Expo NYC... and, of Course, Big-Data
Mark Troester  
7/10/2012   2 comments
Big-data was a key topic at the Cloud Expo in New York City.
Driving Analytics Discussions on Oil & Gas
Joe Gimenez  
7/9/2012   7 comments
Following some dynamic message board comments, this blogger proposes that oil and gas industry members think of analytics in a 2.0 context.
Think First, Collect Second
Carla Gentry  
7/6/2012   28 comments
Remember this rule of thumb when approaching your next data mining project.
AP Reports This: Old Content Requires NoSQL
Louis Watson  
7/6/2012   14 comments
In a recent report, Associated Press's information management executive shares why NoSQL databases fit the company's needs.
Big-Data Improves Speed, Accuracy for Lenders
Waynette Tubbs  
7/5/2012   6 comments
Credit lending is a fast-paced business that relies on large amounts of customer and transaction data.
Aurora & Others Collaborate on Information-Sharing Healthcare Network
Beth Schultz  
7/5/2012   14 comments
The Oracle Health Sciences Network is a great example of what happens when companies take an advanced, intelligent outlook on data and its use.
Creepy or Incredible? Your Data & Google Maps to Come
Beth Schultz  
7/3/2012   36 comments
A Google geospatial technologist describes how contextual data could help create a distinct map for every person on the planet.
Slideshow: Data Scientists Revisited
Gil Press  
7/3/2012   8 comments
Here's a second pass at the men and women making a difference through data science.
Point: Let's Hit the Reset Button on Traditional Data Analytics
Point / Counterpoint  
7/2/2012   9 comments
No time like the present to start the drive to the Hadoop framework.
Counterpoint: Plan Carefully for Next-Generation Data Analytics
Point / Counterpoint  
7/2/2012   11 comments
As tempting as the idea may be, you won't be able to toss out the old in favor of a brand-new data analytics architecture.