Digest, October 2017
Big Data Analytics Trends
The man-machine dichotomy blurs
Smart people and smart machines will likely work more closely to automate and speed processes using cognitive technologies.
Analytics spreads across the enterprise
Analytics will likely continue to spread across the enterprise to connect discrete disciplines and create truly IDOs.
Cybersecurity: A good defense isn't enough
As brand reputations continue to weather well-publicized security breaches, cybersecurity could take the offense with predictive approaches to threat intelligence and monitoring.
The Internet of Things–and people, too
IoT is evolving from interesting connected gadgets to analytics-driven tracking of people as things, creating new business models, products, and services.
Companies bridge the talent gap
With data science and analytics talent in short supply, organizations should work more closely with universities on internships and projects and link into the talent ecosystems of partners.
Hard sciences collide with the world of business
Inspired by advances in data and technological capabilities, the analytics renaissance will likely continue to drive interest in the hard sciences on the part of businesses and universities.
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