Demystifying Advanced Data Visualization

Demystifying Advanced Data Visualization

Advanced Data Visualization gives a new meaning on how pictures can simplify information needed to comprehend complex questions.  Angela Hausman states that Big Data does not mean much if the people who control change can’t understand or have to spend too much time deciphering the Great Data that is presented. In addition, Big Data speeds across the Internet, captured from …

Analytics in the driver’s seat at Ford

Analytics in the driver’s seat at Ford

Ford Motor Co. was the first to create a moving automobile assembly line and the first to make cars affordable to the masses. No wonder it’s an American icon. Founder Henry Ford was a pioneer and an innovator, a tradition still carried on today: In 2014, Ford was the first major automaker to appoint a chief data and analytics officer. …

How Big Data Is Adding A Whole New Dimension To Public Spaces

How Big Data Is Adding A Whole New Dimension To Public Spaces

Most of us encounter public spaces in our daily lives: whether it’s physical space (a sidewalk, a bench, or a road), a visual element (a panorama, a cityscape) or a mode of transport (bus, train or bike share). But over the past two decades, digital technologies such as smart phones and the internet of things are adding extra layers of …

This technology is keeping data more secure than ever

This technology is keeping data more secure than ever

The world will soon be buzzing with tens of billions of networked devices. They could be anywhere, owned by anyone, and yet connected to a company’s system through the open Internet. How can we make that many devices — all of those nodes on the Internet of Things – safe and secure? Humans alone can’t possibly do it. The era of …

Sensory Overload: Digesting Data From The IoT

Sensory Overload: Digesting Data From The IoT

Have heard about the magic pill? Not sure how it works, but it helps you lose 20 pounds in a week while consuming the same calories as before. And you’ve probably also heard about the scary side effects of that pill. The need for magic pills is appearing in the IoT market as well. Thanks to the explosion of sensors …

Informatica announces industry’s first intelligent healthcare data lake

Informatica announces industry’s first intelligent healthcare data lake

Data management solutions and big data companyInformatica LLChas announced the debut of the industry’s first intelligent data lake, a repository for raw data, that’s made specifically for healthcare. The healthcare industry sees a great deal of data from numerous sources, most of it unstructured and difficult to compile, curate and even store. Because of the sensitive nature of data coming in …

The Future of Cybersecurity

The Future of Cybersecurity

You can’t discuss the future of cybersecurity without considering emerging trends in technology and threat landscapes. As organizations develop and adopt technologies related to big data, cognitive computing and the Internet of Things (IoT), cyberthreats are growing in both volume and complexity. The race is on to secure these systems and devices before fraudsters figure out how to exploit them. …

IoT And Big Data: Success Comes Down To A Solid Strategy

IoT And Big Data: Success Comes Down To A Solid Strategy

How can you sharpen your analytics and data management strategy in 2017? Find out as we welcome Ka A Verizon report highlights how big data complexity and a shortage of data science talent are hurdles for an IoT implementation, but we also have to remember the key best practice of having a business goal as part of any analytics initiative. …

Big data is adding a whole new dimension to public spaces – here's how

Big data is adding a whole new dimension to public spaces – here’s how

Most of us encounter public spaces in our daily lives: whether it’s physical space (a sidewalk, a bench, or a road), a visual element (a panorama, a cityscape) or a mode of transport (bus, train or bike share). But over the past two decades, digital technologies such as smart phones and the internet of things are adding extra layers of …

WiFi Signals Can ID Individuals by Body Shape

WiFi Signals Can ID Individuals by Body Shape

With the Internet of Things slated to havetens of billions of connected devices by 2020, one of the most crucial design considerations for internet-connected products is figuring out how to seamlessly integrate these devices into everyday life. In this respect, teaching machines how to identify the individuals they are interacting with is paramount—it will allow for thetotal personalization of everything …