New analysis from leading cross-party think tank, Demos, reveals the potential – and limitations – of using big data to transform public services and private sector operations.
Teradata study shows the UK, in the initial stages of gearing up towards Brexit, is falling behind major global economies in big data and analytics adoption.
According to an independent study, 90% of companies will be using data analytics by 2020, despite obstacles of data silos, security and lack of alignment.
EMA State of Cloud Analytics 2016 report reveals 70 per cent of companies now consider cloud a key part of analytics strategy.
Data science consultancy Tessella launches business-focused guide based on some of the world’s most successful data analytics projects.
Ovum has shone its spotlight on Nalytics.com from Glasgow-based Nalanda Technology, stating that its precision search and discovery platform could be the answer for companies looking for a search solution which does not require a big investment in IT infrastructure.
Global revenue in the business intelligence (BI) and analytics software market is forecast to reach $18.3 billion in 2017, an increase of 7.3 per cent from 2016, according to the latest forecast from Gartner, Inc. By the end of 2020, the market is forecast to grow to $22.8 billion.
By 2021, the prevalence of equity analysts valuing organisations' information portfolios in valuing businesses themselves will spark formal internal information valuation and auditing practices, according to Gartner, Inc.
Unifying 2.6 billion units of data a day creates an up-to-the minute
snapshot of the mood in the capital.
Cloudwick’s new, first-of-a-kind cybersecurity platform solution combined with Dataiku DSS enables teams to explore, prototype, build, and deliver their own data-driven solutions, including threat analysis, reporting, and more.
SoftServe research reveals medium to large organizations expect to implement machine learning within the next two years.
CIOs are still often in charge of Big Data strategy, but this is changing as buy-in from business executives enhances profitability.
Nearly 90% agree that BI data offers a competitive edge but getting and using it effectively is a challenge, according to a new survey.
83% of UK insurance companies view a big data strategy as their most critical priority this year, a new survey of senior decision-makers in the industry by independent polling firm Censuswide reveals. Teradata commissioned the survey which polled the views of 300 senior insurance industry figures in the UK, France and Germany.
Multiple scenario planning takes centre stage as CFOs strive to remain agile.
By offering a combined data analytics platform the alliance partners will support customers on their way to digital business.
Logi Analytics’ fourth annual State of Embedded Analytics report finds that embedding analytics also improves user satisfaction and experience.
Dataguise has introduced DgSecure Monitor for the monitoring, detection, and alerting of potential breaches of sensitive data across the enterprise and the cloud. DgSecure Monitor keeps track of who is doing what to an enterprise’s sensitive data, and delivers real-time, policy-based alerts whenever unauthorized access or unusual access behavior occurs. Unlike traditional IT monitoring solutions for firewalls, networks, or applications that can produce an unmanageable amount of alerts and result in months of analysis before a potential breach is spotted, DgSecure Monitor is focused solely on safeguarding the sensitive data an organization truly cares about—cutting through the clutter to detect real threats in just minutes.
International Data Corporation (IDC) has completed an in-depth market sizing of the EMEA Big Data infrastructure market focusing on servers, storage, and cloud resources used for Big Data–related activities. These include value creation from merging different data sources, various analytics, log files, and metadata that help identify patterns and generate predictions.
How data is stored, analysed and processed is transforming businesses. According to
MapR Technologies’ CEO and Cofounder John Schroeder, the industry is in the midst of the biggest change in enterprise
computing in decades. Schroeder
sees an acceleration in big data deployments, and has crystallised his
view of market trends into these five major predictions for 2016.