An unscientific survey of international chief information officers shows a variety of attitudes towards the concept, ranging from cost worries to approval
Maybe not, according to a survey of 12 international CIOs. The raw numbers suggest organizations talk a lot about big data but aren’t putting money into projects mining unstructured data.
We’d like to hear your opinion: Does your organization distinguish between big data and ‘ordinary’ data? If so, what are you doing to mine it?
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Under cloud cover: How leaders are accelerating competitive differentiation
To get a global snapshot of how organizations are using cloud computing, the IBM Center for Applied Insights collaborated with Oxford Economics to survey 802 cloud decision makers and users.