A2's Latest Content on Big Data
posted in July 2013
27 items
I Want to Be Left Alone
Noreen Seebacher  
7/30/2013   23 comments
The overwhelming majority of respondents to a recent All Analytics Quick Poll have reservations about being tracked in retail stores.
Big-Data Doings at Big Companies
Beth Schultz  
7/29/2013   20 comments
Business analytics experts Jill Dyche and Tom Davenport examined big-data use by big companies, and shared several great examples.
Big-Data in Big Companies
Information Graphic  
7/29/2013   3 comments
Big companies are making more use of unstructured and structured data, as well as new opportunities to benefit from it.
It Must Be True if It's on TV
Noreen Seebacher  
7/29/2013   25 comments
Homeland. Scandal. Person of Interest. Is there anything about big-data we can't learn from TV?
Just Put It on TV
Noreen Seebacher  
7/29/2013   1 comment
TV does a pretty good job with big-data... better than reality, actually.
 Big-Data in Big Companies
Digital Audio  
7/24/2013   506 comments
Many well-established enterprises consider big-data both same old same old and a troublesome new burden.
Women in Analytics: Accenture's Jeanne Harris
The Dashboard  
7/24/2013   7 comments
In the first of a multipart series on Women in Analytics, we learn what makes Jeanne Harris, longtime Accenture director, an analytics thought leader.
Better Medicine Through Mathematics
Noreen Seebacher  
7/24/2013   25 comments
Medicines tailored to your DNA are on the way.
The Checkered Life of Edward Snowden
Noreen Seebacher  
7/23/2013   39 comments
There's little agreement about the best way to describe whistleblower Edward Snowden.
A2 Radio: Big-Data in Big Companies
Beth Schultz  
7/22/2013   7 comments
Tune in Wednesday, July 24, at 2:00 p.m. ET for a conversation with business analytics and data experts Tom Davenport and Jill Dyche on how big companies are using big-data.
3 Big Data Tracking Questions to Consider
Noreen Seebacher  
7/22/2013   27 comments
Data tracking raises all sorts of philosophical questions. Here are three to think about.
Don't Diss the Data – People Are the Problem
Noreen Seebacher  
7/18/2013   21 comments
We don't have a data problem. We have a people problem.
Big-Data Sucks the Life out of These Vampires
Beth Schultz  
7/16/2013   23 comments
In the first of a series of mini films, GE depicts how the Industrial Internet might save a small town from the nuisance of "sexy vampires."
Data Drives Energy Exploration & Production
Noreen Seebacher  
7/15/2013   8 comments
Energy companies are deploying a range of advanced technologies to obtain more, and better, data quicker than ever before.
Healthcare Fix: More Data, Better Models
Beth Schultz  
7/11/2013   13 comments
One academic researcher shares how more data has advanced his research in Type 2 diabetes.
Every Second Counts, Even When They Don't
Beth Schultz  
7/10/2013   17 comments
Thomson Reuters suspends an early data access service that has become the target of a trading-advantage investigation.
Edward Snowden: The Big-Baby of Big-Data
Noreen Seebacher  
7/10/2013   43 comments
It's hard to feel sympathetic for a snitch who tries to paint himself as a saint.
Travel Industry: Get a Move On With Big-Data
Beth Schultz  
7/8/2013   38 comments
Big-data promises to transform travel processes, as this Amadeus-sponsored report details.
Brian Solis on Big Opportunities
John Balla  
7/8/2013   Post a comment
There are big opportunities in store for business in Brian Solisís vision of the future, just as there are equally big opportunities for customers.
Big-Data Analytics: Ours Not to Reason Why?
Balaji Prasad  
7/8/2013   18 comments
In a world where big-data reigns, our algorithmic machines create a situation where it's not ours to reason why.
Checking Out a Visual Analytics Video Library
Beth Schultz  
7/5/2013   8 comments
Watch this newly posted video series on high-performance analytics and visual analytics for an insider's look at how it all began and where it's all headed.
Brace Yourself for Analytics Everywhere
Noreen Seebacher  
7/3/2013   16 comments
Gartner predicts analytics will reach 50 percent of potential users by 2014. By 2020, that figure will climb to 75 percent.
Brian Solis on Success Metrics
John Balla  
7/3/2013   Post a comment
A recommendation is always more valuable than a "like."
Brian Solis on Shared Experiences
John Balla  
7/2/2013   Post a comment
Brian Solis thinks marketers should focus on shared experiences because that's what really matters.
I Love Me So Much I Should Tweet About It
Noreen Seebacher  
7/1/2013   27 comments
A new study from the University of Michigan suggests frequent social media use could be fueling narcissistic tendencies in social media users of all ages.
Message to Retailers: Big-Data Isn't Everything
Emmett Cox  
7/1/2013   24 comments
This rush to big-data is leaving a data gap in its wake.