Searched for: "analytics for everyone"
- Big Data (38)
- Cxo (22)
- Tech & Work (6)
- Data Management (5)
- Apple (4)
- Innovation (4)
- Social Enterprise (4)
- Cloud (3)
- Data Centers (3)
- Mobility (3)
- Banking (2)
- Project Management (2)
- Collaboration (1)
- Consumerization (1)
- Developer (1)
- Enterprise Software (1)
- Google (1)
- Google Hangout (1)
- Hardware (1)
- Open Source (1)
- Security (1)
- Start-Ups (1)
- Storage (1)
- Tech Industry (1)
- Virtualization (1)
About 110 results for "analytics for everyone"
Immelt: GE will use 100-year legacy to bridge physical and digital, create $15 billion software company
GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt spoke at the Gartner Symposium about how GE will harness its knowledge to marry the physical and the digital and stay relevant for another century.
Virtualization brings numerous benefits to the data center, but it invariably increases complexity for everyone as well. With environments comprised of hardware and software from m...
Spark is changing the face of big data for everyone. Matt Asay explains.
An agile project can be fun, exciting, and wildly successful -- as long as the stakeholders don't drive you crazy in the process. These expert tips should help.
While virtual reality headsets are poised for consumer adoption in the months ahead, here's what the industry is doing to build content to show off the value of VR and keep people ...
Thync is poised to release a wearable which provides calm and energy sensations to help regulate your mood. Learn more about the details and how the energy component works.
Most data scientists have a service mentality, which is great for their team but may not be good for their own stress levels. These time management strategies might help.
A new startup called Slemma offers a customizable dashboard for data. Here's how it corrals business data to make it more transparent and easier to utilize.
A Security Operations Center (SOC) is becoming an essential part of IT departments. Find out why, and get a roadmap for implementing one.
Nancy Hua talked to TechRepublic about her life as a first-generation immigrant, path through the tech industry, and goals for accelerating innovation through mobile.