Data Management


Bringing Data to the C-Level

By Julie Langenkamp

Jill Dyche, VP of thought leadership at SAS, discusses the trends elevating data discussiona and forcing the executive suite to become involved in data strategy.

Obamacare Website Costs Exceed $2 Billion, BGov Study Finds

By Alex Wayne

Spending for and related programs, including at the Internal Revenue Service and other federal agencies, exceeds cost estimates according to Bloomberg Government analysis.

Celina Insurance Group Builds a Case for Automated Predictive Analytics

By Beth Bacheldor

The 100-year-old firm has invested in predictive analytics that uses automated machine learning to improve the fundamentals of its business.

Gartner, IDC Find Growing Investment in Big Data

By Bob Violino

Major research firms independently report growth in big data technology investments or plans, but that growth isn’t reflected in number of projects deployed

Healthcare Analytics Market to Reach $20.8B by 2020

By Greg Slabodkin

Fueled by federal mandates, the emergence of big data, aging populations, and the pervasiveness of chronic diseases, the global healthcare analytics market is expected to reach $20.8 billion by 2020, according to IQ4I Research & Consultancy.

What Cognizant Gets from TriZetto

By Joseph Goedert

TriZetto is best known for its suite of payer software products including core transactions processing and care management systems.

Progressive Selects BAE Systems Applied Intelligence Application

By Jennifer Morrell

NetReveal will be used to evaluate claims risk throughout the lifecycle, helping reduce fraud leakage on a pre-payment basis.

Big Data Gets Bigger Footprint

By Beth Bacheldor

More insurance companies are undertaking big data projects, especially in actuarial, product development, and underwriting.

Artificial intelligence meets the C-suite

By Rik Kirkland,

Technology is getting smarter, faster. Are you? Experts including the authors of The Second Machine Age, Erik Brynjolfsson and Andrew McAfee, examine the impact that “thinking” machines may have on top-management roles.

How Much Do Data Breaches Cost? Two Studies Attempt a Tally

By Penny Crosman

The effects can reaching from the hit to companies' and individuals' reputations and careers, morale and stock value, to the heavy toll on the customer service, operations and technology teams.

Cloud Now Considered a Growth Driver for Banks and Insurers

By Bob Violino

Cloud can create efficiencies and protect their competitive position, according to survey by SAP and Ovum.

Success of Consumer-Based Apple iWatch Tied to Health Care Stakeholders

By Greg Slabodkin

To breakthrough wellness and fitness tracking functions, iWatch must garner partnerships with healthcare industry stakeholders including providers and health insurers.

Widespread Dissatisfaction with File Sync, Sharing Tools

By Bob Violino

Users are sticking with familiar consumer tools to share corporate documents and access them from mobile devices.

Information Security Spending to reach $71 Billion in 2014

By Bob Violino

Increasing adoption of mobile technology, cloud services, social media and information will drive use of new security technology and services through 2016.

Innovative Organizations Likely to have More Pervasive BI and Data Governance

By Bob Violino

Study from Dresner Advisory Services also identifies an inverse relationship between the size of an organization and innovation, with the smallest companies among the most innovative.

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