Recognising the best of the best
But will all of that data be a problem when the GDPR hits?
Looking at the year to come by analysing the year that was
Neil Crockett, Rolls-Royce's chief digital officer, promises that unit will be an "acceleration hub for data innovation"
Does big data do as much harm as good?
Census in 2021 will go ahead, as usual, but mobile-phone data method could be implemented by 2023
IBM has announced a ton of improvements to its big data and AI platform.
Big data is no use if all it does is sit on a database, argues Paul Alexander
Executives are more than half as likely to have all of the data sets that they need than manual workers
Joanna Smith, CIO, Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Foundation Trust says that it's hard to recruit the right skills in the NHS
Surprise! They all deal with data
Whether multinational or SMB, all organisations must be aware of where ALL instances of personal data are stored in their infrastructure
Engineering giant Atkins is undergoing a big shift in both its culture and technology use as it updates itself for the modern world. The man behind the move is joint CDO/CIO Richard Cross
Is the GDPR a guiding light to the benefits of big data, or its death knell?
Despite the skills shortage, firms need to be able to use the big data they collect, says Dean Stoecker of Alteryx
New research from Computing reveals that much can be done with backup data, and that only a fifth of organisations are so far making effective use of it
Text, images and voice are difficult for computers to process - but artificial intelligence is making contextual understanding a possibility
Many companies competed for the coveted 17 top spots
Standard patterns of behaviour and predictability makes goods and services easier and cheaper to produce, but at what potential cost? Peter Cochrane considers the issue
Jason Nathan, group MD for Data at Dunnhumby said that supermarkets still batch process sales data as their infrastructure can't yet support real-time data flow
Democratising data puts power in the hands of staff instead of managers, which can bring with it a whole host of problems, warn experts at a recent Computing event
To eliminate data scientists, you need to employ ordinary people, not geniuses, suggests Walnut Data's Bob Tulloch
Big data needs to be as easy to use as Facebook, suggests Tulloch, which means employing ordinary people to do the testing - until it is
As soon as data analysis is as easy as using a search engine, chief data officers will disappear, warns Walnut Medical technical director Bob Tulloch
Jason Nathan, group MD for data at Dunnhumby outlines the importance of having a data strategy