Jim Davis

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Giving back with data and analytics

We spend a lot of time talking about analytics and data management and how we can solve some really tough ... Read More

You can’t prevent cybercrime – but you can stop it with network anomaly detection

Network anomaly detection is an analytical technique for identifying and stopping cyberattacks before your data has been compromised. Since it’s ... Read More

What makes your corporate culture global?

As the borders of commerce disappear, some economists have argued that the global economy makes us all global companies. But ... Read More

Doing good with data and analytics

You don’t have to look any further than your smartphone to know you can use data and analytics for some ... Read More

Why you need thick data and thin data

I’ve been running across the term “thick data” lately and even came across a definition earlier this week from Word ... Read More

Bringing Hadoop into the mainstream

Remember when the morning talk show hosts started talking about Twitter? That was weird at first. But now, even your ... Read More

What's your defense against cyberattacks?

Sophisticated cyberattacks are on the rise. And cybersecurity professionals are in demand. There’s a real shortage of talent in both ... Read More

Is Hadoop a storage platform or an analytics architecture?

Hadoop is everywhere. It’s changing the way we store and analyze data – and it’s changing the IT landscape. One ... Read More

5 questions to prepare you for the Internet of Things

In my last post, I talked about the Internet of Things, and how the data streaming from cars, planes and ... Read More

The Internet of Things is not just for consumers

One of the buzzwords we continue to hear a lot about is the Internet of Things. Most of us have ... Read More
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