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 February 2013
BISTRO, a new Hadoop-based apps market, offers business intelligence software and tools that save organizations time and trouble, says Cubeware.
Third generation of Intel's Hadoop promises better performance and security and tighter integration with Intel's Xeon processors.
Big data craze inspires some IT managers to save every possible bit of data. Bad idea, says an industry practitioner's group.
Much like no serious business can run without electricity, few businesses today can run without data, or being "datafied."
Target Data uses predictive modeling to forecast if a home is likely to sell within the next 30, 60 or 90 days. It says it's right 80% of the time.
What Android apps really shine on tablets? Take a look at a few of our favorites.
Context Relevant, a modeling and analytics software developer, strives to make big data app development faster and less expensive for enterprises.
Your organization may have a big data platform in place, but do you have a smart data strategy?
Big Blue is gobbling up big data companies at a steady clip. What's the method behind the madness?
Microsoft's business-friendly Windows 8 tablet-laptop hybrid isn't perfect. From battery life to weight considerations, we break down whether Surface Pro will suit your needs.
Organizations often hit a roadblock after the initial setup of a big data project. But to get value from unstructured data, keep on driving.
Data scientists too hard to find? Business-oriented applications with data science capabilities might be the solution.
OpenSignal collects smartphone user data to create more accurate and objective maps of cell network coverage.
Customer relationship management practices often don't exploit big data effectively, analytics executive says. Are you overlooking these 3 opportunities?
Samsung's Galaxy S phones have become the closest thing to the mythical "iPhone killer" of Android fans' dreams. Here's a look at the next version's likely features.