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 September 2012
Open source HPCC platform evolves from turnkey system to Hadoop competitor.
Prediction models point to Obama victory--but, as big data election forecasters learned in 2008, it's still too early to count Romney out.
Home furnishings startup Wayfair applies principles of protein analysis to recommend products.
Jaspersoft CEO offers tips for building the best data platform.
Want a heaping helping of public opinion? Gnip has a deal for you: Every public tweet since Twitter launched in March 2006.
DataDirect Networks, YottaStor system targets government agencies, promising lower costs and greater control of sensitive data.
Apple's iOS 6 has some great tweaks and a few misses. Take our visual tour of the must-know changes.
Event attendee information is often wasted or underutilized, says Etouches CTO.
Talend is one of several startups that aim to bring big data analytics to the masses.
RetailNext brings big data analytics to physical stores.
Series of events includes enormous crowdsourcing project, invites mobile users to help show how big data affects our everyday lives.
Apple's iPhone 5 big reveal left some smartphone watchers wanting more. Take a look at the key feature changes and judge for yourself.
Radio tags generate vast quantities of information, but enterprises need to find ways to ingest, analyze, and archive that data.
Wireless carrier trade group sees big potential in machine-to-machine, data-driven services in healthcare, automotive, and other industries.
Popular genealogy site uses Hadoop to manage 4 petabytes of family histories, including DNA data.
Can't wait for Apple's iPhone 5 coming out party on Sept. 12? We have the smartphone scoop.
Data-driven tools, real-time feedback hold great promise for helping teachers and students, but obstacles stand in the way, Brookings report says.
Offshoot of Cloud Security Alliance will work on emerging big data problems, including privacy issues.
Will a new generation of powerful visual tools soon hide the complexity of predictive analytics? Pervasive Software bets on it.
Big data platform Hadoop will complement, not replace, legacy systems, says Cloudera CEO Mike Olson.