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  • CIOs should prepare for the battle between old BI and new BI

    BI and analytics will experience rapid adoption in 2014 as BI vendors face a changing market.

  • Goodbye data scientist, hello data skeptic?

    The demise of the data scientist; traditional data warehousing makes a comeback; and the self-quantified self: The Data Mill reports.

  • Can a predictive and/or prescriptive model unburden your analytics?

    For April's #CIOChat, join @SearchCIO to discuss why adopting a predictive and/or prescriptive model might ease your enterprise's analytics woes.

  • Seven not-so-obvious roles your analytics pro will have to play

    What skills do CIOs need to develop or bring in-house to take on big data and advanced analytics? Here are some not-so-obvious candidates.

  • Gartner urges CIOs to craft analytics strategy for smart devices -- now!

    The smart T-shirt, building data science skills from within, Watson's architecture, and more: The Data Mill reports from the Gartner BI Summit.

  • Prescriptive analytics: Start with the business problem

    Learn how some organizations are pioneering prescriptive analytics to revolutionize how work gets done. For starters, focus on the business problem.

  • Is prescriptive analytics the RX for optimal business outcomes?

    Prescriptive analytics promises to not just identify what might happen next but actually give us the RX for optimizing those outcomes. Is it for real?

  • Prescriptive analysis: Just what the doctor ordered

    Prescriptive analysis could do some of big data thinking for us -- if only we'd let it. This CIO Decisions e-zine explores the growing analytics field and the strategies at work.

  • Prescriptive analytics: Conquer the next business frontier

    Is an optimized future within our grasp? With prescriptive analytics, it just might be. Businesses have long used data analytics to find out what happened and why. Today, some companies are using prescriptive analytics tools to identify what might happen next. In this issue of CIO Decisions e-zine, SearchCIO Executive Editor Linda Tucci looks at how organizations are using prescriptive analytics not only to identify likely future scenarios but also to recommend steps to optimize those forecasted outcomes.

    Also in this issue, Senior News Writer Nicole Laskowski profiles an IT department transformation at Revlon Inc.; Allstate Insurance Co.'s Patricia Coffey shares the leadership skills she's developed as she's moved up the corporate IT ladder; and Laskowski dives into the burgeoning field of biometric authentication, discussing new-wave tools aimed at keeping the enterprise secure.

  • data products

    A data product is digital information that can be purchased.