Profile of Jeff Bertolucci
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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 December 2012
Sometimes technology disappoints. Here are some of the products, services and companies that let us down in 2012.
Vendors and analysts make bold big data predictions for next year. Are their crystal balls cloudy or clear?
Online education program offers free courses to help college students earn Teradata tech certification.
Data scientists are hard to find, but outsourcing may help, says Hewlett-Packard exec.
No wonder you're overloaded by ever-growing volumes of data. You're saving too much, advises Digi International exec.
Check out these 10 gems that stood out from the crowd of 700,000 Android apps.
In 2012, only 3% of data in "digital universe" is tagged -- and even less is analyzed, according to IDC.
Splitting the role of data scientist into two jobs -- data manager and data analyst -- is one way to solve the expected shortage of information gurus, says one technology strategist.
Photographer best known for his "Day in the Life" coffee table books says data -- and what we do with it -- will have a profound impact on the global community.
ClickFuel CEO and former Monster.com executive Steve Pogorzelski shares his advice on big data and small business.
You already know about Skype, Instagram and Angry Birds. Check out these business-friendly iPhone and iPad apps you may not have tried, plus an amusing diversion or two.
Social data provider Gnip announces partnership program and stresses high quality of its real-time media streams.
Stem's hybrid energy system combines predictive analytics, battery storage and grid power to cut business' power bills.
Flummoxed by a growing variety of unstructured information? Try these tips to corral your big data bonanza.