The Data Economy

No industry has had more of an impact on business practice in the last few years than data and analytics. Big Data is responsible for a new industrial revolution, changing the foundations upon which organisations – and Western economies – are run. In this report we explore what it means to be living in a data economy, looking at the rise of M2M and IoT technology, the need for speed in data analysis, plugging the UK’s data skills gap and key data security challenges

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In this report

  • Three challenges facing big data

    What do you need to be a big data power-user? Thank mercy the answers to that are clearer than even a year ago. The industry is consolidating and tweaking tools so that even the most nervous of firms can start dabbling with big data. Charles Orton-Jones details what you need to know

  • Data analytics from the Internet of Things

    Machines “talking” to machines will generate increasingly large amounts of potentially valuable information, which not only offers new business opportunities, but also poses a challenge for organisations already struggling to cope with the sheer volume of big data, writes Nic Fildes

  • Importance of analytics for UK PLC

    Organisations that embrace analytics effectively make huge gains which can come from operational cost-savings as well as customer-related activities, says Alys Woodward, practice lead for big data, IDC European IT Group