Twitter LinkedIn Pinterest Facebook Email By Scott Forman Extract: Litigation and Big Data – Employers face significant difficulties in managing workforces while remaining compliant with an increasingly complex web of…
Having the right tools can also help determine which part of big data is the right data. Machine learning is one such tool that can help.
A new study from Dimensional Research reveals this disconnect, and concludes that “data professionals have little confidence in the way business stakeholders within their organizations use corporate data when making important business decisions.”
In spite of the volume of data we’re looking at in discussions of big data, generally speaking, humans don’t have to do much to enhance the quality of the content.
The CDO is now a “transformer in chief,” charged with coordinating and managing comprehensive changes that address everything from updating how a company works to building out entirely new businesses.
Gaining real business benefit from investments in big data and advanced analytics means overcoming three key challenges: talent, technology, and culture.
“…Big Data is creating data swamps even in the best intentioned efforts…Analysts will still spend up to 80% of their time just trying to create the data set to draw insights.”
Data comes in formats of all kinds – structured and unstructured – all of which must be effectively managed, merged and governed as needed for operational efficiency.
On Tuesday, iManage, the enterprise content management software company used at numerous law firms, announced a management-led leveraged buyout from Hewlett-Packard.
By 2016, 20 per cent of CIOs in regulated industries will lose their jobs for failing to successfully implement effective information governance, according to Gartner.