Issue OverviewModern Infrastructure - Special CIO edition, April 2013
Hadoop has become synonymous with big data, but how do CIOs know it’s the right technology for their business? CIOs must formulate a big data strategy driven by business goals and value. Learn how in this issue of Modern Infrastructure, CIO Edition. Access >>>
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Information management and the role of IT in a big data era: Three tips
by Mark Tonsetic, practice manager, CEB
Some 80% of employees rely on corporate data to do their jobs, yet under half believe the data is usable. What's the role of IT and information management?
- Information management and the role of IT in a big data era: Three tips by Mark Tonsetic, practice manager, CEB
What to consider before deploying the Hadoop framework
by Nicole Laskowski
Learn three ways to decide if deploying the Hadoop framework is the right move for your enterprise big data needs.
- What to consider before deploying the Hadoop framework by Nicole Laskowski
Custom fitting a big data strategy
by Christina Torode, Editorial Director
A big data strategy should be tailored to employee skill sets and desired business outcomes.
CIO Matters: Leveraging big data for big business value
by Harvey Koeppel
Leveraging data for business value represents a fundamental shift in the way we conduct business, interact with customers and exchange information.
- Custom fitting a big data strategy by Christina Torode, Editorial Director
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