• Public awareness of data privacy and data mining is increasing which will lead to greater regulation.
• IT needs to be the trusted advisor on these topics to help with business planning.
The recent hearing with four of the biggest tech companies (Apple, Google, Amazon, and Facebook) on Capitol Hill was regarding the power these four firms have across the spectrum and the possibility of anti-monopoly action against them. The undercurrent that runs through the public is the sheer amount of personal data these four companies have on their users and how they use that data. The average citizen isn’t worried about the possibility of Amazon co-opting their products and making their own, or Apple possibly squeezing them out of their app store. Continue reading “IT’s Advisory Role is More Than Just About Technology”→
• Analysis isn’t enough anymore. To be truly data driven, organizations also need synthesis.
• The analysis-synthesis duo can thrive if supported by a handful of conditions and practices within the organization.
The recent QlikWorld Online conference came and went with no new public roadmap, but it did offer something better: an intriguing vision of an analytics trend that’s built on a handful of new requirements — which altogether stand as a row of streetlights for the analytics industry to portend a new road.