Google Chrome team finally gets LCD-friendly DirectWrite API working for sharper font rendering.
The top news stories for July 17, 2014.
The greatest advanced analytics success stories this year have been among organizations that focus on culture, collaboration and confidence, not the technology alone.
Data scientists say they are drowning in data--but the biggest problem isn't the volume of it, it is the variety of that data that makes life so challenging.
Industries across the board have embraced Apache Hadoop as a dependable solution for big data analytics. In the second part of her series on big data, Michele Nemschoff takes a look at six case study examples.
The top news stories for June 18, 2014.
Data-driven business cultures are becoming a new trend, and rightfully so, writes Michele Nemschoff. She offers advice on how you can supercharge your business decisions by integrating data into the daily operations of your entire company.
Recent reports have highlighted the growing cost of disaster recovery to organizations, especially in terms of lost credibility with customers. But effective disaster recovery plans are not limited to IT. Here are tips for getting all senior management involved.
Consumers need more control over the data that is collected about them, and data brokers should be required to be more transparent about how such data is used, according to a new FTC report to Congress.
The general public apparently doesn't have the same love affair with IoT that many in the industy do. In fact, new research shows that consumer privacy concerns may be the greatest hindrance to IoT development.