Profile of Jeff Bertolucci
News & Commentary Posts: 343
Jeff Bertolucci is a technology journalist in Los Angeles who writes mostly for Kiplinger's Personal Finance, The Saturday Evening Post, and InformationWeek.
Articles by Jeff Bertolucci
posted in November 2012
Assembling a group of talented people with diverse skills is the best way to meet your data science needs, says Deloitte director.
Quest Software's first 'big data play,' MessageStats 7.0, adds email mining and analytics tools for business-side users.
The "Web of Data" remains an intriguing concept rather than the next big thing in digital information. But big data could help change that.
Microsoft plans zero-carbon data center in Wyoming that will use biogas from an adjacent wastewater treatment plant as its power supply.
YARN framework may not be ready for prime time, but it could bring Hadoop to the next level, says Pervasive Software's chief technologist.
You don't need a team of highly paid math whizzes to get started with data analytics, says one marketing analytics expert.
Transitioning to Windows 8 isn't easy, but these apps can help.
Popular job search website looks to Splunk, rising big data star, to meet its online security and compliance goals.
Online polling is ready for prime time but Internet voting isn't, says Survey Monkey's chief methodologist.
A good data scientist is hard enough to find; try finding one who can effectively communicate data-driven insights to non-technical folk.
Ambitious big data project cuts power usage and lowers storage costs, say IBM and Oncor, Texas' largest electric distribution company.
Gamification offers a practical way to take advantage of big data, Badgeville CEO says.
Mobile, the cloud, and the constant flow of information make managing the 'building blocks of content' within the enterprise more challenging than ever. Here's how to stay in control of your data.
Enterprises are interested in machine-to-machine data with CRM/ERP systems, but not yet ready to implement, survey says.
Data integration, visualization and analysis tools help get medical help to people devastated by natural disasters like Sandy or Haiti's earthquake.