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The idea that the internet generations don't care about privacy is a myth — so talk to them and find out the truth before collecting their personal data.
After his family was stalked and abused using commercially available data, a ZDNet reader emailed Violet Blue to ask what he can do to fight the problem.
Eating, sleeping and breathing data has brought Ford back to lead the global automobile market.
Government says it plans to ask the U.S. how it can decrypt data sent over messaging services such as WhatsApp and Viber, and complain about the lack of cooperation from U.S. service providers in aiding its cybercrime investigations.
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Enterprises are increasingly focused on using big data and analytics to help them better understand both the requirements of their customers, trends and patterns of customer activity and this requires a different approach. Dell says that this trend means that enterprises need a new type of leader, a chief data scientist, to help ask the right questions, in the right way and drive the transition to the data-driven enterprise.
Hortonworks' VP of Corporate Strategy attacks CIOs' Big 4 questions on Big Data.
The data center may hold your company's most vital assets, but that doesn't mean you have to run it yourself, say tech chiefs on the CIO Jury.
MoboQ links social networks with location data, allowing you to ask time-sensitive questions about specific locations, and get them answered by complete strangers on the spot.
Platfora releases its BI for Big Data product to general availability, eschewing Hive and hand-coded MapReduce, while embracing in-memory queries.
Big data could be the answer to all their problems but the trouble is most businesses may be failing to ask the right questions, according to analyst firm Gartner.
The Office of the Australian Information Commissioner has released a comprehensive list of all the questions and factors that it would ask and take into consideration when investigating a data/privacy breach, providing organisations with few excuses to ignore security.
Having consulted on the matter, the government looks to set to press ahead with legislative plans that could force companies to reveal data they hold on customers to those customers, if they ask for it.
Google's discovery that it hadn't deleted data left over from an earlier Street View privacy incident has prompted the Australian Privacy Commissioner to take action and request that Google destroy the data.
A researcher has developed a way of looking at clouds that assesses their individual "gravity" and the effect it can have on users' data
How can Hadoop and Enterprise data warehouse technology be made to work together in the 2010s? Ask a company that started with mainframes in the 1960s.
Bottlenecks in IT departments from data deluge causing end-users to ask for tools to generate analytics reports without tech support, but managing use and data compliance tricky.
This should be a short blog, as it asks a simple question, prompted by the announcement that both Visa and Mastercard are looking to sell customer data to advertising companies. However, while the question is simple enough to ask, it is not so straightforward to answer.
The data retention debate - pitting privacy rights against policing efforts - is about to heat up again.CNET reported late Monday that the U.
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