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Is your data analyst essentially a janitor?

The role of data scientist has been called the sexiest job of the century. But it turns out that many skilled data analysts are more likely to be donning janitor garb than pageant contest laurels.

News Scan: Shadow data emerges as new security worry; IT retention just got harder with results of new worker survey; More.

The top news stories for July 2, 2015.

Infographic offers advice on preparing for the future with IoT

For the benefit of CIOs that want to know what the exploding tech trend means to them, the New Jersey Institute of Technology has prepared an infographic on the Internet of Things and "How to Prepare for the Future."

New Box Governance helps firm target regulated enterprise customers

Box unveiled its new Box Governance tool this week to help organizations better manage sensitive data, but more importantly, to help the firm lure more enterprise users in heavily regulated industries.

New studies confirm explosion of IoT data, security worries

FierceCIO recently reported on how the IoT could change everything for IT, and new studies confirm just how amazingly large the IoT is becoming already.

Surviving and thriving in the new app economy

FierceCIO speaks with Otto Berkes, CTO at CA Technologies, about the firm's new study on "The Battle for Competitive Advantage in the App Economy" and what it means for the CIO.

News Scan: Microsoft tweaks preview program; Big data a big deal now for most firms, but still a big pain for many; More

The top news stories for June 22, 2015.

The Internet of Things could change everything for IT

No doubt the trend know as the Internet of Things carries with it lots of hype. Still, the IoT has the potential to change "everything," including for IT.

Big data today: Still tall on hope, but short on returns

Big data continues to be a big mystery for the majority of organizations, at least in terms of drawing actual financial value from it.

IBM launches major campaign to advance Spark in the enterprise

Today IBM announced a major campaign and commitement to Apache Spark, which it called "the most important new open source project in a decade that is being defined by data."