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Euro 2016 update

Big news out of Europe, everyone’s talking about soccer. Leo Egidi updated his model and now has predictions for the Round of 16: Here’s Leo’s report, and here’s his zipfile with data and Stan code. The report contains some ugly histograms showing the predictive distributions of goals to be scored in each game. Show More Summary

China Mobile Group Henan Wins Informa ‘Public Cloud Innovation’ Award

Award given for Anyang Big Data Cloud Computing Center that Huawei helped build [London, UK, June 23, 2016] China Mobile Group Henan Company (Henan Mobile) has won the ‘Public Cloud Innovation’ award at Cloud & DevOps World 2016 in London. Show More Summary

GE Bullish on Data for Big Industry

General Electric Co. will plow $1.4 billion into its fast-growing software business this year, as the maker of jet engines and power plants races to dominate the market for digital tools to control major industrial operations.

Modeling your big data enterprise architecture after the human body

How decoupling, optimization, and specialization resemble connective systems in our bodies. On the day before I flew out to Hadoop World London, I had the great pleasure of debating streaming solutions and patterns with Gwen Shapira....Show More Summary

How Big Data Systems Can Empower You to Ask New, Better Questions

by Angela Guess Roy Wilds recently wrote in Information Management, “You think you know what’s in your data. But there may be a lot more there than you realize. The combination of big data and modern data science can empower you to ask...Show More Summary

Why Little Data is Essential for Good KPIs

by Angela Guess Forbes contributor Bernard Marr recently wrote, “It’s easy to get caught up in the hype of big data.  Huge datasets, fast-moving analytics, complex and diverse data sources are hot right now, but it’s important to understand that big data would be nothing without the little data that goes along with it. Show More Summary

4 Rules to Succeed in IoT

IoT, and the promise it offers, are edge devices that communicate with the cloud and gather big data. It isn’t a concept, rather it is a state of connectedness and system intelligence. The culmination of multiple emerging and mature technologies, IoT provides actionable intelligence to both systems and people.We typically think of the device as […]

Small Startups Target Big Data Leaving Enterprises Wanting More

Big Data, Big Data, Big Data. Know any trendier term? I don't. As the digital age progresses and more information becomes accessible, it is only natural that new methods of accessing, analyzing and understanding this data will need to be developed. Enterprises are constantly seeking new ways to improve efficiency and [...]

Excel and big data

There are a variety of different technological demands for dealing with big data. —Read on to learn more about Excel’s role in working with big data. The post Excel and big data appeared first on Office Blogs.

Charts: Making the Grade in America's Big Cities

Here's an Urban Institute look at how various big-city school systems look, using NAEP TUDA data and controlling for demographics. Click the link to read the report.

Blockchain, Everything as a Service and Big Data Explained: Webinar Next Monday!

Categories: Procurement, Technology Tags: Webinar Join us as Jason Busch, founder and head of strategy at Spend Matters, and Pierre Mitchell, chief research officer, run down their very own glossary of digital procurement terms and buzzwords...Show More Summary

How Unleashing Energy Data Promises A Future Of Fewer Kilowatts

A bank of "smart" electric meters are tested in a Southern California Edison meter service center in Westminster, California. Photographer: David Paul Morris/Bloomberg In an era of “big data,” powerhouses like Amazon and Netflix have figured out how to put enormous amounts of consumer data to use to target their products [...]

Why Big Data Means Nothing Without Little Data

It’s easy to get caught up in the hype of big data. Huge datasets, fast-moving analytics, complex and diverse data sources are hot right now, but it’s important to understand that big data would be nothing without the little data that goes along with it. Little data, what I call traditional [...]

In Alameda County, A Big Data Effort To Prevent Frequent ER Visits

4 days agoHealth : The Checkup

Almost every day, a patient comes into Dr. Arthur Sorrell’s San Francisco emergency room still wearing a wristband from another hospital nearby. “There are folks who have a life of going from emergenc...

This Russian technology can identify you with just a picture of your face

A few months ago, 21-year-old Egor Tsvetko took photos of strangers on the St. Petersburg subway. Then he used an app to identify their faces. In a photo series titled “YOUR FACE IS BIG DATA,” Tsvetko showed his pictures from the subway ride alongside matching faces from photos on VK, the Russian version of Facebook. Show More Summary

The Case For 'Data Governance'

In spite of the bureaucratic-sounding name, and in contrast to the sexy-sounding term "Big Data," Data Governance has become an essential requirement for any organization that aspires to derive insight and business value from their data assets.

How David Steinberg Bounced Back With His Second Unicorn Startup

A modern tale about how a CEOs life lessons are helping the big data and analytics company Zeta Interactive go from strength to strength

Big Data and the Challenges of Backup and Recovery

by Angela Guess Katherine Noyes writes in PC World, “First, big data shook up the database arena, ushering in a new class of ‘scale out’ technologies. That’s the model exemplified by products like Hadoop, MongoDB, and Cassandra, where data is distributed across multiple commodity servers rather than packed into one massive one. Show More Summary

Why Some of the Biggest Names in Big Data are Open Source

by Angela Guess Hannah Augur recently wrote in Dataconomy, “The biggest names in data are open source. Many of them are even part of the same Apache family: Spark, Hadoop, Kafka, Cassandra. RapidMiner and Orange are there for data mining, and open source databases are chipping away at Oracle. Show More Summary

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