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Collect the Dots: The New Possible for Digital Evidence

You can't connect the dots if you don't collect the dots. So goes a long-standing mantra in detective work, as well as policing and surveillance in general. These days, a whole host of laws and regulations require that police departments and other organizations retain surveillance footage for longer...

Lights, Camera, Action! The New Possible for Media and Entertainment

Get ready for a bonanza of multi-media business models! Outtakes? Remakes? New storylines woven from old films? We'll see all of that and more in the next generation of New Media content. That's party because of epic forces like YouTube, but it's also made possible by a remarkable downward bend in t...

The New Possible: A Healthcare Revolution Begins

  We stand on the precipice of a healthcare revolution. Genomics and the spectrum of life sciences have reached a pinnacle in human history. Now, as a critical mass of information is analyzed at scale, a whole new world of potential begins. Check out this episode of #InsideAnalysis to learn ...

Industry news

AMD scores EPYC gig powering new Azure instances • The Register

AMD's return to the server market has won it a place in a top tier cloud: the company today revealed...Read More

Google Pixel Buds translations vs. professional interpreters

Google's Pixel Buds may not be as sleek and convenient as AirPods, but they do have one feature Apple's wireless...Read More

Toward a Functional Programming Analogy for Microservices

Bobby is a Distinguished Engineer at Capital One, where he influences the technical direction of Capital One and engages the...Read More

The monitoring capability gap • The Register

Research Against the backdrop of increasingly crucial and complex IT systems, and a relentless pace of change in the business...Read More

Three of life’s sure bets • The Register

DXC Technologies is spreading some festive cheer by dangling voluntary redundancy (VR) terms in front of customer support teams, according...Read More

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From machine learning to digital twins, the future of business has arrived. Today's pionee...
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Data may be the new gold, but every sword cuts both ways. Just as with any valuable asset,...

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Data may be the new oil, but that doesn’t mean the road ahead is free of trouble. Many a...
The power of data and analytics in today's information economy is so strong that two new s...
Get ready for a bonanza of multi-media business models! Outtakes? Remakes? New storylines ...
When organizations conduct an objective Data Maturity assessment for the first time, they ...
For decades, a chasm between IT and the business has undermined the ability of many organi...

Bloor group research

Data may be the new oil, but every sword cuts both ways. Just as with any valuable asset, there ...
Database is the new black. Ever the backbone of information management architectures, database techn...
A sea change is underway. The old constraints are fading, while a bold new vision unfolds. The Data ...
This primary research project, conducted by David Loshin and Abie Reifer of DecisionWorx in conjunct...
The holy grail for analytics is to enable actionable insights and meaningful knowledge discovery. C...

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