There’s been a great deal of discussion over the past several weeks regarding data mining and predictive models. Terms like “meta data” and “algorithm” are fast moving from the domain of IT practitioners and into the realm of water cooler discussion. This might be a good opportunity to briefly review some of these concepts in order to better understand data mining practices and standards.
First, some terms.
Meta Data - refers…Continue
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Batch data processing is an efficient way of processing high volumes of data is where a group of transactions is collected over a period of time. Data is collected, entered, processed and then the batch results are…Continue
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May I say at the outset that I know the phrase “Data Suction Appliance” sounds awkward at its best and downright awful at its worst. Honestly, I don’t feel that bad! These are some of the…Continue
With email encryption being targeted by the government as if it was criminal activity (read the story about the Lavabit platform shut down by the government because it was used by Edward Snowden in the recent NSA leak), this could be a great opportunity for mathematicians and data scientists:…Continue
Most companies work regularly to reduce risk without truly understanding exactly what risk really is, or how much it should be reduced. Some managers will tell you that risk exists, but they won’t be able to tell you where or to what extent. Others can identify where a risk might lie, but can not tell you the impact to the company should the identified risky event occur.
Most technology managers tend to talk about risk in terms of security and disaster…Continue
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How enterprises can accelerate the creation of new data quality solutions while aligning with business goals.
Article originally published on TDWI.org by Philip Russom, TDWI…Continue
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Guest blog post by Francesca Krihely.
Here’s a prediction and a challenge, rolled into one. Whatever the level of your present understanding of Hadoop, in short, you’re going to hear a lot more about Hadoop in…
When so many thought leaders gather in one place, there is sure to be some highly insightful conversations and more importantly, some solid conclusions reached about the current climate of HR. Industry experts recently gathered in Chicago for the SHRM Annual Conference to discuss HR technology trends, among other topics. Their conclusions about the top 10 HR technology trends for 2014 give us a clear glimpse into what HR leaders are talking about and will continue to talk about during the…Continue
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If you have a Gmail account (and most of us do), you might have noticed a new feature that Google is slowly deploying across all users. Not everybody is impacted yet, though more and more users are every day, and it is still possible to reverse back to the old Gmail if you don't like it.
Google, in the new Gmail version,…Continue
Marketing is being redefined by the changing habits of consumers, by the limitless choice for placing ads and the access to customers through a variety of channels. As a result, many companies are changing their plan of action and the allocation of their budgets for the different channels, including the web, campaigns, including mobile, social media, etc.
Recent studies which have analyzed the course of online shoppers, indicate that traditional marketing campaigns…
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Unless you are in voice recognition, machine learning, or artificial intelligence already Natural Language Processing (NLP) is not a mainstream technology many of us are familiar with.
See my post How to build better systems – What is Natural Language Processing? at:
Applied Enterprise Architecture: http://wp.me/prrbD-8i or…
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These are not ordinary times for CIO's. The news about Netflix's Big Data success, and Big Data's involvement in predicting the last election results might have created a buzz among the IT workers, but it was the NSA's surveillance news that established a beachhead for Big Data in the public arena. Business managers might become nervous about what the competition is…Continue
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The event will address Big Data and Analytics as competitive advantages, considering that the power of analyzing large amount of data in a structured, rapid and efficient way generates valuable information to increase speed and accuracy of the decision making. Such information become “gold” or as some of the specialists call data the new oil, which in such a complex and competitive business environment we face nowadays, is a great step…Continue
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Are you a hacker with a huge heart? Code for America is looking for developers, data scientists, designers, researchers, and product managers for its 2014 Fellowship. We connect talented technologists with municipal governments to explore new ways of resolving local challenges and create new web apps.…Continue
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