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Quick quiz! What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you hear the following phrases? Artificial grass Artificial sweeteners Artificial flavors Artificial plants Artificial flowers Artificial diamonds and jewelry Artificial (fake) news These phrases probably evoke thoughts such as...
The sheer volume of data has exploded in recent years, and the companies utilizing this data the most effectively are poised to become the leaders in their space. 2017-07-14T19:28:34Z 2017-08-13T04:43:45Z Mark Troester ?utm_medium=feed&utm_source=feedpress....
Sometimes I write a blog just to formulate and organize a point of view, and I think it’s time that I pull together the bounty of excellent information about Machine Learning. This is a topic with which business leaders must become comfortable, especially tomorrow’s business leaders (t...
Big Data is everywhere; it’s made its way to every sector of the global economy. According to International Data Corporation (IDC), the digital universe is expected to grow to 44 zettabytes by the year 2020. This drives businesses to seek new ways of capitalizing on information. Compan...
This term Data Unification is new in the Big Data lexicon, pushed by varieties of companies such as Talend, 1010Data, and TamR. Data unification deals with the domain known as ETL (Extraction, Transformation, Loading), initiated during the 1990s when Data Warehousing was gaining releva...
I have seen the future! Of course, I seem to say that every other month (maybe that’s because the future keeps changing?), but this is a good one. The future is a collision between big data (and data science) and application development that will yield a world of “intelligent apps.” Th...
Those who fail to learn from history are doomed to repeat it. In a recent performance report for Black Friday and Cyber Monday, we had highlighted (with concrete data) that there were some failures as well as slowdowns on some desktop and mobile sites. The incidents can broadly be cate...
I know that I’ve hit the big (data) time when concepts that I developed start to appear as infographics.  Today I am very proud to announce the launching of the demystified Big Data Business Model Maturity Index (BDBMMI) infographic! Through the usage of clear, simple language paired w...
Antonio Figueiredo (@afigueiredo) recently challenged me on twitter with an interesting question: How would the Big Data Business Model Maturity Index (BDBMMI) change to support the Internet of Things (IoT)? My hope is that the BDBMMI would not need to change to support IoT. It is my h...
Every business process in your organization has a workflow, and each workflow is managed in a different way. Some are carefully planned, while others you may be using unconsciously. Here is a full picture of the workflow management options you... The post Top 5 Workflow Management Opti...
 Review the following before reading this post:http://hodentekmsss.blogspot.com/2016/05/watch-out-sql-server-2016-general.htmlhttp://hodentekmsss.blogspot.com/2016/05/download-sql-server-management-studio.html http://hodentekmsss.blogspot.com/2016/05/stretch-database-is-nice-...
Cloud-based infrastructure, containers, microservices, and new programming platforms are dominating the media and sweeping across IT departments around the world. For example, the use of Docker containers has exploded in the last few months. In our Introduction to Docker blog, we noted...
Dataiku DSS allows data professionals to prototype, build and deploy specific services to transform raw data for Prediction or otherwise.Once you have the data on Azure you can use DSS's web interface to load and prepare data in a visual interface; analyze and visualize data; and train...
On January 4, General Motors announced a $500 million investment in Lyft, the #2 player in the rapidly growing ride sharing market. To quote the press release[1]: “We see the future of personal mobility as connected, seamless and autonomous,” said GM President Dan Ammann. “With GM and...
What do text processing for call centers, predictive maintenance for field service technicians, and cybersecurity analytics all have in common? The answer: they are all applications […]
In less than 5 years, “the Internet of Things will transform the data center,” says Gartner. This transformation is predicted to trickle across industries and affect business models, how we market products and even inspire new technology developments. With a sensor on absolutely everyt...
Up to now, all marketers have been active engagement specialists: get consumers’ attention, get them to do something. But over the next few years, digitally enhanced marketers will emerge. The post Digitally Enhanced Marketers Will Be Unbeatable appeared first on Shelly Palmer.
Welcome to Mobile Industry News and Strategies, an online newsletter made up of the most interesting news, articles and links related to mobile commerce and marketing, mobile payments, mobile money, e-wallets, mobile banking, mobile ads and mobile security that I run across each week. ...
We’ve heard a lot about Big Data over the past several years. It’s been one of the biggest topics in IT and practically every enterprise has been clamoring to get on-board the Big Data train. Now that some of the hype has died down and been replaced by the Internet of Things, organizat...
By Michael Johnson Planet OS is a platform for real-world sensor data integration for ocean, land, air and space sensors. Planet OS has developed a powerful suite specifically focused on indexing sensor and machine data that combines data mining, integration, search and discovery, and ...
Internet of Things (IoT) is booming. The “Software for the Internet of Things (IoT) Developer Survey” report, published by Embarcadero Technologies last month, shows that 77% of development teams will have IoT solutions in active development in 2015 with almost half (49%) of IoT develo...
Bill Schmarzo Oh boy, I love this time of year!  Lots of candy and cookies to eat, and time to gaze into my crystal ball and, like every other industry “expert”, make outrageous predictions for 2015.  So without further fanfare, let’s jump into it! The Data Lake Gains Traction There wi...
Big data has gone mainstream. The variety, volume and velocity of data streaming across your desk have reached unprecedented levels. This exponential growth challenges even the most data driven managers. With the massive quantity of available BI tools, such as dashboards and reports, y...
​This article was authored by David Guimbellot and was originally published on Orasi's "Eye on Quality" blog. If your business is capturing or coordinating persistent data as a primary function then it behooves you to create a data quality initiative that improves your Test Data Man...
By Bob Gourley With this post CTOvision is initiating coverage of SAS. Widely know in enterprise technology circles for their advanced analytics, business intelligence and enterprise data management capabilities, SAS is continuing to invest in innovation, partnering and mission focused...
By Bob Gourley One of the federal government’s key procurement arms, the General Services Administration (GSA), has released a survey to the tech community in the form of a request for information asking a few simple questions regarding the experience of their vendor base. Respon...
Infor BI facilitates decision making in an organization by providing decision makers with actionable insights and meaningful information. Infor Business Intelligence offers the right information, at the right time, to the right individuals. Thus, the organization that uses it can make ...
Given recent events surrounding the security of cloud-storage accounts, Apple is keen to reassess any updates to iOS. The company has revealed that any Healthkit apps storing a user’s private wellness data in iCloud will be flat-out rejected from the App Store. That same info, ga...
KDNuggests asked its readers the question "What programming/statistics languages you used for an analytics / data mining / data science work in 2014?" and one again, R was the #1 response. (R was also the #1 response in similar polls in 2013, 2012 and 2011.) The top 5 selections of the...
By AdamElkus Over at Wired, a headline blares “Artificial Intelligence Is Now Telling Doctors How To Treat You.” Sounds unique, novel, and even scary. Those AIs are replacing humans, to the point where even the detailed knowledge of the physician is superseded by a Dr. HAL!...
As programming languages for data computing, both esProc and R language have rich functions to process text files. They have many similarities in basic usage, as well as obvious differences, such as in the aspect of processing files with fixed column width and big text files, reading a...
By Bob Gourley The video at this link and embedded below shows Kirk Borne at TEDx GeorgeMason.   From the YouTube description: Dr. Kirk Borne is a Multidisciplinary Data Scientist and an Astrophysicist. He is Professor of Astrophysics and Computational Science in the George Mason ...
5 August 2014, Maidstone, Kent - Complete security services provider, SecureData is proud and pleased to announce its acquisition of 25% of ordinary stock of Paterva (Pty) Ltd, the South African registered maker of the Maltego software suite.'Maltego', built by Paterva, is a powerful s...
by Joseph Rickert The Joint Statistical Meetings (JSM) get underway this weekend in Boston and Revolution Analytics is again proud to be a sponsor. More than 6,000 statisticians and data scientists from around the world are expected to attend and listen to thousands of presentations. I...
By Eugene Borukhovich With U.S. agencies mandating that healthcare providers engage their consumers through patient portals, data science may be the secret weapon for physicians and health care organizations to not only comply with that mandate, but provide a level of service that bond...
While the internet has completely changed the way in which we conduct our personal business, it has also brought with it a boatload of security issues. It seems that barely a day passes without another new security breach affecting everyday consumers. Digital criminals work by compromi...
By Gregory Piatetsky Editor’s note: This post by Gregory Piatetsky first appeared at KDnuggets.com. It it he dives into a key question regarding the possible shortage of data scientists. -bg Many people have read the McKinsey report on Big Data (May 2011) which predicted  The Uni...
by Joseph Rickert Predictive Modeling or “Predictive Analytics”, the term that appears to be gaining traction in the business world, is driving the new “Big Data” information economy. Predictably, there is no shortage of material to be found on this subject. Some discussion of predicti...
By Gregory Piatetsky Editor’s note: This post by Gregory Piatetsky first appeared at KDnuggets.com.  It it he analyzes the Top 30 LinkedIn Groups for Analytics, Big Data, Data Mining, and Data Science. Overall activity drops about 25%, but  membership growth accelerates in Q4 201...
By Gregory Piatetsky Editor’s note: This post by Gregory Piatetsky first appeared at KDnuggets.com. It examines one of the hottest of Machine Learning techniques, Deep Learning, and provides a list of free resources for leanring and using Deep Learning-bg Deep Learning is a very ...