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Monthly Archives: September 2013

Roundup of September news articles

Paul Newman Archive
September was another banner month for the analytics movement, as organizations across the world have stepped up their attention to the growing potential of new technology.

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Big data movement is about more than storage

Rachel Wheeler Archive
One conventionally held belief is that the rise in analytics came about as a direct result of improved data storage technologies.

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How much do marketers really know about individual consumers?

Paul Newman Archive
Despite the growth of big data, marketers actually know shockingly little about us.

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Confidence in big data initiatives is on the rise

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Companies are now extremely confident in the power of big data, but they’ve still yet to fully accomplish their goals for implementing it. There’s still plenty of work to do.

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Investment in big data increasing as technology improves

Rachel Wheeler Archive
We’ve seen several recent positive side effects of the analytics movement.

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Energy industry begins to call data quality into question

Richard Jones Archive
There's been a lot of commotion lately about the lack of clarity in today's energy data.

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Physicians, nurses see need for high-quality data

Rachel Wheeler Archive
It’s important that as the health sector ramps up its attention to data-oriented solutions, it works to maintain data quality.

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Data quality concerns cast cloud over mobile movement

Rachel Wheeler Archive
Because so much mobile health information is recorded directly by patients, it’s highly subject to human error.

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Can the data revolution contribute to better, cheaper healthcare?

Richard Jones Archive
Providers of health care have been working for years to gather more data from a variety of sources, collecting detailed information on patients’ medical histories as well as the financial aspects of the health industry. By collecting this information, they’re able to fine-tune their strategies and better cater to consumers’ needs.

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Big data contributes to increase in world's computer science degrees

Richard Jones Archive
Reform is needed in the education system to make sure today’s colleges and universities crank out enough talent to face tomorrow’s challenges.

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