Cloud Computing
1475 views

Microsoft’s future is in the cloud

Dan Matthews - February 17, 2017

Two longstanding giants of tech, Apple and Microsoft, are both on Fast Company’s list of 2017’s most innovative companies--but other than the fact that they both do…

News
2273 views

Big data on wheels: Google vs. Uber in the driverless revolution

Dan Matthews - December 23, 2016

The excitement is palpable and the rumors are flying. Google looks set to challenge Uber for the position of the top tech company to do two things:…

Security
1702 views

Cybercrime: could tokenization and blockchain help end data theft?

Dan Matthews - June 17, 2016

For a while now, America has been a hotbed of credit card fraud and data hacks. In terms of credit card fraud, big data analytics has come…

Big Data
1772 views

The Singularity and Personalization through Data: Where We Are Now

Dan Matthews - April 20, 2016

Have you heard of the tech singularity? Chances are you have. But just as a reminder, the singularity is the hypothetical point at which artificial intelligence becomes…

Big Data
4782 views

5 Innovative and Diverse Uses of Big Data

Dan Matthews - December 22, 2015

As we move into 2016, it’s worth looking at how people are using big data to do what they do. It’s exciting. From these real-life cases you…

Business Intelligence
1044 views

Data, Data, Data: Communicating Successfully in the Deluge

Dan Matthews - September 1, 2015

Good marketing is effective communication. You’re letting people know what you do, what you make, in a way that makes sense to them, feels vital, maintains their…

Best Practices
1115 views

As the Internet of Things Mobilizes, Safeguarding the Cloud Is Our Prerogative

Dan Matthews - August 6, 2015

Test case: the connected carThe idea of the connected car is a reality. Connected car technology precedes cars from Google and Apple that will help bring the Internet of…

Big Data
1216 views

Don’t Let Big Data Become a Big Security Concern

Dan Matthews - June 24, 2015

   Sometimes it takes massive failure to raise an alarm. The recent pillaging of up to 14 million federal employee social security numbers—which some have suggested was an…