TechLines is our signature, live-streamed event where we assemble a panel of industry experts to debate and share their opinions on IT's most pressing issues.
Our most recent event, "Big Data Debunked – Finding the Data Signals," was held on October 4, 2012 in New York City. Watch the discussion here.
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NASA's Nicholas Skytland explains how NASA had to build its own big data capabilities and how it's dealing with the enormous data sets from space missions.
"The big data dark ages are now finally behind us," the company's founders say, and they now have the money to prove it.
From a patented questionnaire to monitoring user activity, eHarmony has used a torrent of data to help people find significant others on its online dating website, and made some dosh in the process.
For big data to amount to a serious asset that business and operations can exploit, datacentres will have to take a long, hard look at infrastructure and architecture.
Big data projects haven't hit an inflection point yet, but the signs are beginning to add up. Here's what to look for to indicate big data has it business prime time.
Jon Parks of Grapevine Technologies explains the impact that big data is having in health care and how the ultimate end game is predictive analytics.
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