December 27, 2011 – There are plenty of prognosticators touting the disruptive and daring year ahead for big data, the consumerization of IT and mobile business intelligence. In response, nonprofit IT industry association ISACA has rolled out a few noteworthy strategies to tackle the trio of top trends for 2012.

As noted by many research firms and top experts, ISACA expects big data to emerge as a primary concern for IT and business in 2012. To meet that challenge, the IT educational and advocacy organization proposes the use of analytics across numerous projects, performance of ad hoc analysis to note areas of risk, and definition of success measures during big data project implementation.

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