It is important that companies making use of customer data seek to build trust by ensuring people are made aware of how their data is being used, inviting their consent through rigorous and ethical data collection processes.
Enterprises are leveraging big data to inform strategic planning and transform business processes. This takes time to apply but in the finance department in particular the impact can be substantial.
2016 is fast approaching. Big data has finally become a big deal, and the population is accustomed to personalisation online. How will big data evolve next year
With Black Friday looming, a new "invisible" cyber security threat looks set to "more than double", experts have warned
Companies in cities across the UK have begun to vie for top tech talent in order to build capabilities to innovate and cater to demand, according to the latest “Tech Cities Job Watch” report by Experis.
Big data is a big bogeyman to many small and medium-sized companies which regard it as too complex and time consuming to deal with.
As concerns continue about NHS funding, its leaders are constantly looking to see how they can utilise technology to provide better healthcare to our ageing population with its more complex health needs.
If British businesses are to remain competitive in global markets they, and the education system that underpins the workforce, must recognise data science as not just a gimmick, but rather an integral part of business strategy and wider education agendas.
How old is too old to start your own business Nigel Swycher was 53 when he launched Aistemos, a company that handles risk and valuation in intellectual property (IP).
With a recent CBI survey indicating the strongest export channel for UK goods and services is the US, Ben Fried, chief technology officer at Lucid Fusion, explains how tech is making it easier for British firms looking to expand overseas.
James Collins, MD at Rakuten Attribution, part of Rakuten Marketing, explains why data that provides marketers with an understanding their customers’ full journey to purchase is critical.
Big data is everywhere, but are companies using the data available to them in the best way possible, asks David Benigson.