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Big Data insight
An astrophysicist schools us on where to find data scientists
It’s hard to find qualified data scientists. Where are they hiding? We found one and asked her.Read more
Big Data is where—and how—business meets IT
HP’s own analytics transformation illustrates the challenges and rewards of a new kind of business–IT partnership.Read more
High-tech industry: The future of farming
Sensor, Big Data, and robotics technology will transform perhaps the world’s oldest industry.Read more
Union Pacific’s CIO wants Big Data to get bigger
Lynden Tennison and his team are using numerous technologies and processes to help curb train derailments—and bring even more IT value to the largest U.S. railroad.Read more
Big Data at the Game Show Network Games
At the Game Show Network Games, GSN “chief data monger” Portman Wills discusses how he uses Big Data to deliver immediate business value.Watch now
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Dev Center 20/20
How will we organize development centers for the apps that will power our enterprises?
IT Operations 20/20
How can you achieve the data center of the future?
What the workforce of 2020 can expect from IT, and what IT can expect from the workforce.
Preparing today for tomorrow’s threats.
Data Center 20/20
The innovation and revenue engine of the enterprise.
Q: Is Big Data a big problem for enterprises?
A: Enterprise clients collect massive amounts of data and often do not use all forms of data, like social and sensor data. Unfortunately, the majority of enterprises are not properly equipped to analyze all forms of data on an industrialized scale and ultimately use it to their advantage. Additionally, enterprises often do not make data available to a broader employee base to enable them to make data-driven and agile decisions. Enterprises are drowning in data, and their ability to gain control of it and use it to their advantage depends on how quickly they can become data driven and agile.
— Martin Risau, senior VP, Analytics & Data Management, HP Enterprise Services on the HP Next blog