Several recent job studies have suggested that hiring for IT professionals in general is cooling off, but demand remains high for a number of specialized jobs. Unfortunately, a minority of organizations are properly preparing for those job needs ahead of time.
Experts Sherri Rose, Harvard University; David Dunson, Duke University; Tyler McCormick, University of Washington; and Cynthia Rudin, MIT, tackle how big data is transforming society with the help of statisticians.
The top news stories for Sept. 17, 2014.
CIOs looking to hire IT pros this quarter can expect to pay more for certain top in-demand skills, including those involving big data, cybersecurity and cloud computing, a new Dice study finds.
Despite reports of all its challenges, big data is bringing a big smile to the faces of most IT execs, a new study by Accenture Analytics has revealed.
Spending on IT security is forecast by Gartner to increase 8 percent year-over-year in 2014, reaching $71 billion, and another 8.2 percent year-over-year in 2015 to total $77 billion.
The demand for data analysts has been growing dramatically in the past two years, and perhaps nowhere is the need greater than in healthcare.
An article at CIO.com sheds some light on what big data can actually do for you.
It's important to occasionally check ourselves on our enthusiasm for data and analytics. Not all outputs are created equal and some can be seriously over-played to the point where people can be harmed from public policies that stem from them.
Check out this infographic for tips on explaining big data to people who work anywhere and with anything other than big data.