Once a company succeeds in hiring data scientists, then come questions about what to do with them. Different large companies have different views on who they should work with and when.
New trading regulations have enabled a data explosion that one expert refers to as The Rise of the Machines.
Big data age is finally here. Now Pivotal’s Scott Yara has some ideas about what’s coming up next in the big data world.
Guest Post Healthcare is a massive amount of invaluable data waiting to be unearthed. This is why an application developer is a data scientist’s best friend: to put data the hands of the people who make everyday decisions.
Todd Paoletti, vice president of product marketing at Pivotal, thinks the company’s new cloud and data services will enable more data-driven applications and easier analysis.
The chief operating officer of Pivotal Labs, Edward Hieatt, has some pithy advice for development teams — and a new metric to go along with it.
Big data isn’t an afterthought anymore as Pivotal introduces a commercially supported Cloud Foundry distribution with multiple data services to run on top of it.
VentureBeat will be hosting DataBeat, Dec. 4-5 in Redwood City, Calif., together with the Data Science Summit, giving attendees an unparalleled cross-seciton of ideas and experts from data science, analytics, and the business of big data.