Investments in information management technologies will fail to perform if government agencies lack the capacity to use these tools to drive better decision-making.
Understanding how to design the right metadata is the key to helping users (and citizens) get the most value from data on your organization's products and services.
Government agencies would do well to invest in the new breed of data scientists, trained to bring a statistical, technological and business mindset to the use of big data.
Department of Energy scientists want to use outside air, and not much else, to cool the agency's new facility and supercomputer.
Big data will be on the agenda this year for the National Institute of Standards and Technology's IT Laboratory.
JackBe has updated its business intelligence platform and its focus. With the release of Presto 3.2, customers can now expose their mashups to a dizzying variety of mobile devices.
A new report from The Data Warehousing Institute looks at the how and the why of mobile business intelligence, and offers insights before taking the first step.
The rise of big data has sparked demand for data scientists with expertise in statistics, technology and business who can extract value from big data flows.
Hadoop, software that allows for the distributed processing of large datasets, is considered a catalyst in the evolution of big data applications.
It's not one thing, but a mix of technologies that can let you make use of the exploding data generated by sensors, mobile devices and broadband. And it's in everyone's future.