There’s no shortage of opinions in information management these days, and throughout the year our cadre of esteemed bloggers shared their perspectives, observations, research and experiences in their posts.
Counting down to the most popular Information Management blog post of 2013, here are the blogs that our audience found interesting.
10. “2013 Predictions for NoSQL” by John Myers
Bang your head to these data management hits, past and present.
9. “5 Reasons Hadoop Is Kicking Can and Taking Names” by Mike Gualtieri
Hadoop’s momentum is unstoppable as its open source roots grow wildly into enterprises.
8. “The Core of a Big Data Analytics Strategy” by Tony Cosentino
Four specific areas make up a “holistic discussion” on people and solutions.
7. “What Should You Expect from Big Data in 2013?” by Mike Gualtieri
Four changes ahead for algorithms, real-time, the EDW and naysayers.
6. “Big Data Caveats, Front and Center” by Steve Miller
Take comfort in author Taleb's big data analytics doom and gloom.
5. “3 Major Trends in New Discovery Analytics” by Tony Cosentino
Observations on the four types of discovery analytics: visual discovery, data discovery, information discovery and event discovery.
4. “Health Care: Big Data’s Next Frontier” by Steve Miller and Josie Pettygrove
Two exceptional cases illustrating how big data can be used to revolutionize modern health care.
3. “Emerging Enterprise Architecture Drives 10 Trends for 2013” by Mike West
Cloud is the undercurrent for unusual, transformative synergies.
2. “Tableau, Python and R” by Steve Miller
What’s needed is a Hadoop ecosystem that’s less noisy with the multitude of product choices and more in synch with the needs of data scientists.
1. “Key Technologies for Competitive Advantage in 2013” by Mark Smith
Business and IT priorities for 2013 becoming clearer.
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