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 May 2013
Nationwide hackathon this weekend encourages coders to use publicly available data to tackle problems ranging from poverty to poultry handling.
Business leaders believe in big data's potential but are frustrated by lengthy projects and complicated tools, according to IDG/Kapow study.
Ready or not, enterprise IT is entering an insight-driven age of computing where big data analytics rules, says IBM.
BigML's cloud-hosted machine-learning platform for predictive analytics is designed for everyone -- from data gurus to regular business folks.
Tablet shoppers face an ever-growing number of options beyond the iPad. We break down 10 key considerations.
Case-based reasoning compares real-time information with past cases to provide companies with the best course of action, says Norwegian firm Verdande, maker of CBR product Edge.
Ireland's capital teams up with IBM to use real-time data to streamline bus traffic.
Google skipped the skydivers at Google I/O 2013, but broke interesting ground in maps, music, social and search. Take our tour.
Location analytics can help retailers seek and destroy "zombie" emporiums, unprofitable retail outlets.
Organizations need to plan for the new generation of Internet-enabled devices that may be located anywhere in the world.
Indiana University researchers use data feedback in flight to guide NASA's ambitious airborne survey of Earth's polar ice. But bring a barf bag if you come along.
Better data analysis helps banks rile fewer customers while trying to stop credit card fraud.
Windows 8 has left a lot of folks fuming. Can Windows Blue win them back?
Startup Versium Analytics assembles detailed profiles of consumers and businesses to help marketers hone their pitches.
Hoarding information, or storing enterprise data in the wrong places, can open your company to legal liability. But culture change won't be easy.
In last month's Boston Marathon bombing, the key suspect's name, Tamerlan Tsarnaev, had multiple spellings on U.S. intelligence watch lists. How can we beat this problem?
Microsoft's Surface Pro and Surface RT tablets, despite their merits, aren't exactly selling like hotcakes. Here's what Microsoft might do to change that.