What Was Hot in Cloud in 2014 and Cloud Predictions for 2015

What Was Hot in Cloud in 2014 and Cloud Predictions for 2015

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Adding Big Data to Your EDW Architecture

Adding Big Data to Your EDW Architecture

Adding Big Data to Your EDW Architecture As you think forward towards how you will use Big Data to compliment your current enterprise data warehouse (EDW) environment, check out the excellent webinar by Ralph Kimball and Matt Brandwein of Cloudera: Webinar: Building a Hadoop Data Warehouse: Hadoop 101 for EDW Professionals A couple comments on […] more…
Gigabit DSL (with a fiber boost) to hit market next year

Gigabit DSL (with a fiber boost) to hit market next year

A DSL standard that combines fiber and copper to reach gigabit speeds was approved today by the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). Further Reading 500Mbps Internet over phone lines might solve fiber’s “last mile” problem G.fast promises fiber-like speeds without fiber to the home. The next step for the new G.fast standard is certifying chipsets and […] more…

Practical Data Science Cookbook – PDF Free Download

89 hands-on recipes to help you complete real-world data science projects in R and Python About This Book Learn about the data science pipeline and use it to acquire, clean, analyze, and visualize data Understand critical concepts in data science in the context of multiple projects Expand your numerical programming skills through step-by-step code examples […] more…

Colleges Accelerate Big Data, Analytics Education Efforts

News DEC 1, 2014 12:51pm ET What are the key Big Data and analytics trends in college classrooms? The New Jersey Big Data Alliance offers some answers. To continue, please log in or register. Read more here:: Colleges Accelerate Big Data, Analytics Education Efforts more…

Colleges Accelerate Big Data, Analytics Education Efforts

Want to be a Big Data scientist or analytics professional? A growing list of universities and colleges is eager to lend a hand. One timely example involves The New Jersey Big Data Alliance (NJBDA) — which is working with local colleges to help prepare students for Big Data careers. The alliance and several colleges will […] more…

HP reveals big data analytics cloud service Haven OnDemand

HP has pushed its big data analytics platform into the cloud with the release of Haven OnDemand. The tech giant hopes the platform, based on its on-premise Haven analytics technology, will provide developers and data scientists with the opportunity to build big data-based applications in as little as two hours. Robert Youngjohns, executive VP of […] more…
Cloud Storage Is Inevitable, So Plan For It

Cloud Storage Is Inevitable, So Plan For It

Your new post is loading… Your new post is loading… Scooped by PROLIVAL Scoop.it! Given the broad spectrum of meanings for cloud computing, it’s difficult to ask for cloud security standards and get a comprehensive answer that is applicable to all cloud service providers. What i… Scooped by PROLIVAL Scoop.it! Contemporary ideas about data and […] more…
How tech companies like GlobalLogic and Pitney Bowes are encouraging employees to innovate

How tech companies like GlobalLogic and Pitney Bowes are encouraging employees to innovate

Dec 4, 2014, 12.49PM IST (GlobalLogic & Pitney…) By Amrita Premrajan, TimesJobs.com Bureau ‘Innovation’ has traditionally been a job role assigned to select a few experienced professionals in an organisation. Not anymore! GlobalLogic and Pitney Bowes are experimenting with strategies to create a workplace environment and culture which motives employees across hierarchies to innovate. Here […] more…

Disruptive innovations struggle with broken systems

A colleague working for a startup with an innovative solution for the U.S. public safety sector recently gave me a status update on the sector, and dwelled on the difficulties for his company to find an entry point in this sector. He talked about how the procurement processes in small to large city governments were […] more…

Why Finance Can Be More Dangerous than Poor Quality

In her recent editorial, Pat Panchak cites several ways in which financial performance metrics can undermine any manufacturing operation. Michael Sekora elaborates in Forbes, “The disease killing America’s economic health is financial-based planning, and one of the symptoms of this ongoing disease is the loss of the U.S. manufacturing base.” Industry is the foundation of […] more…
Quo Vadis, Indoor Location?

Quo Vadis, Indoor Location?

Today, the majority of 911 (emergency) calls are made from cellphones, making it necessary to pinpoint indoor location, including floor level, with reasonable accuracy. During one of my shopping jaunts to the mall, my school buddy declared that we’re close to the day when we will be able to navigate within large indoor spaces, single […] more…
Snapchat Opens Geofilters So Anyone Can Submit Location-Based Artwork

Snapchat Opens Geofilters So Anyone Can Submit Location-Based Artwork

Snapchat has opened up its Geofilters tool to a broader community this morning, letting anyone submit artwork that will appear as a geo-targeted filter on Snapchat photos. Geofilters debuted in July and were available to Snapchat developers only, but today Snapchat is opening up the feature to the broader community. The feature works by letting […] more…
Speaking the “Language” of Spatial Analysis via Story Maps

Speaking the “Language” of Spatial Analysis via Story Maps

Last update: November 9, 2014 Spatial analysis has always been a hallmark of GIS, the “numerical recipes” which set GIS apart from other forms of computerized visualization and information management. With GIS we pose questions and derive results using a wide array of analytical tools to help us understand and compare places, determine how places […] more…
Wearable maps make location data fashionable

Wearable maps make location data fashionable

754 Shares What’s This? By Adario Strange2014-12-02 20:53:44 UTC For many of us, wearing location-specific clothes, whether it’s your university alma mater or just a touristy t-shirt, is a way of transmitting a cultural identity or point of view. Now one data visualizer and mathematician has taken that concept to the next level by using […] more…
Location Analytics Market by Software & Applications Expected to Reach $11.84 Billion by 2019 – New Report by MarketsandMarkets

Location Analytics Market by Software & Applications Expected to Reach $11.84 Billion by 2019 – New Report by MarketsandMarkets

Location analytics market research report majorly focuses on software, services, applications, deployment type, organization size, verticals, and regions. (http://www.marketsandmarkets.com/Market-Reports/location-analytics-market-177193456.html) (PRWEB) October 29, 2014 The report “Location Analytics Market – Worldwide Market Forecast (2014 – 2019)” defines and segments the location analytics market into various sub-segments with an in-depth analysis and forecasting of revenues. It also […] more…

Enabling Smart City Services through Open Data and Mobile Applications

Read more here:: http://www.scoop.it/t/open-data-by-yves-mulkers/p/4032911113/2014/12/03/enabling-smart-city-services-through-open-data-and-mobile-applications/original more…

Open data startup Socrata brings in $30M to make government data more accessible

Socrata, a startup working to make government data more easily accessible to companies and services, has raised $30 million in new funding. Socrata has raised at least $30 million of a possible $35 million it’s seeking to close, according to a filing it submitted today to the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission. The filing lists […] more…
Change management is the most critical component to ensure the success.

Change management is the most critical component to ensure the success.

By Holly Muscolino,Research Vice President, Document Solutions, IDC One of the most critical components to ensure the long term success of a managed print and document services engagement is robust change management, including ongoing governance programs. “Change management” refers to the programs, processes and tools used to manage the people-related side of change in order […] more…
Open Data for Accountability and Inclusiveness

Open Data for Accountability and Inclusiveness

The Ghana Statistical Service (#gss) has celebrated the annual #african statistics day, which was on the theme “Open Data for Accountability and Inclusiveness.” GSS In a speech read on his behalf, the Minister of Finance, Mr Seth Terkper described the theme for the celebration as most appropriate, since open data informs citizens on the endeavours […] more…
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