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Is There a Monster in Your Data Lake?
Structured data is relatively easy to manage; however, confidential or unstructured information—like IT logs, emails, video and other untagged, non-inventoried data—can turn into a monster for CIOs. Imagine what would happen if archives with prescribed data retention policies were haphazardly tossed into the data lake to be forgotten. A client recently related the intention of a Fortune 500 company to do this very thing.
No Big Data Strategy for Most Capital Markets Firms
A recent study by Thomson Reuters reports that the majority of capital markets firms have no clearly-defined big data strategy in place across the enterprise.
Will IoT Burst Your BI Balloon?
I recently read a summary of an article called “Analytics for the Industrial Internet of Things: Not Your Father’s BI” by David White of ARC (available to ARC’s clients). He says that “business intelligence and analytics are due for a revolution” if they are to support industrial IoT applications.
Key Findings from CIO Survey on Healthcare Data & Analytics
This recent survey, conducted by eHealth Initiative (eHI) and the College of Healthcare Information
Management Executives (CHIME), provides valuable insights on the use of healthcare data & analytics among today's industry executives.
How Banks Are Using Big Data to Set Deposit Rates
Banks use complex strategies to determine the rates they pay for deposits, and today's banks are increasingly turning to big data analytics to get a leg up on the competition.