Wednesday, August 4, 2021

ITWC’s new home for all things data and analytics

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We write a lot about big data and analytics. There’s a good reason for that.

The use of information is widespread and can be found in workplaces, homes, governments, communication and transportation systems, and you know, pretty much everywhere you look. There are few fields that are in higher demand right now than data science.

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Fortune 500 companies are sitting on a gold mine of untapped proprietary data. Most haven’t come close to unlocking insights hidden within their data, thus opening the door wide open for data scientists to make sense of the chaos. Better predictions and insights lead to greater efficiencies, lower operating costs, and over time, combined with machine learning and artificial intelligence, can completely change a company’s fortunes.

On our updated analytics category page, you’ll find the latest news stories about companies that have tapped into the wealth of their data for intelligence. You’ll also find videos, whitepapers and infographics by leading analytics software firms like SAS.

The page is the latest in a series of visual design changes that we’re applying to our IT World Canada and its sister publications. We recently centralized our content around Women in Technology and Work from Home to make it easier for you to navigate and find the stories you want. The work is by no means over, but we want to bring your attention to some of the progress to give you an opportunity to chime in and have your voice heard. Are there stories you want to see more of? Something you want to see less of? Please let us know anytime.

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Jim Love, Chief Content Officer, IT World Canada
Alex Coop
Alex Coophttp://www.itwc.ca
Editorial director for IT World Canada and its sister publications, and former community reporter. Also a great pick up basketball player | acoop@itwc.ca

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