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As companies start to embrace the potential business applications the Information Age can provide, they are beginning to take a deeper look at Big Data to transform the way they do business and drive success. Just like any other transformative time in technology, organizations are experimenting with how to organize around data and manage this change. Fueled by the mega proliferation of information and the need to extract, analyze, and communicate it throughout the enterprise, a new role has emerged and now has a seat in the C-suite—Chief Data Officer (CDO) or Scientist (CDS).
With more than 26 billion devices expected to be connected to the Internet by 2020, challenges in data security are cropping up at speeds faster than we can solve them. We learn about some of these data breaches in the news, which makes all of this feel more real and closer to home. However, it is disturbing to think about how many security violations we don’t actually know about and how close they may really be to affecting us all.
We’ve been witness to some amazing technological advances during the last several years, but what is even more amazing is to think about the advances still to come. As divergent technologies continue to recognize the advantages of working together—rather than constantly competing—we will see major growth in smart cities and social innovation. With the promise to build a world that is healthier, safer, and smarter, cyber-physical interoperability is a hot topic and we’ll all be sitting on the edge of our seats watching with eyes wide open to see how it all comes together
A distributed workforce is a great way to expand your business, but it can drain static IT infrastructures that can’t scale to deliver the resources required to keep remote office staff productive.