Discover Performance Weekly: Why should data scientists have all the fun?

HP Software Chief Evangelist Paul Muller (@xthstreams) has just posted episode four in his video series, “Is analytics for everyone? Why do the data scientists have all the fun?” In this installment, Paul is joined by Tim Crawford and Chris Selland, and they hey kick things off with a conversation about the Discover Performance article, Big Data goes big in 2014: Analytics for everyone.

 

Highlights include:

  • Big Data goes big in 2014: Analytics for everyone (0:50)
  • Has "big data" gone mainstream? (2:10)
  • What do CIOs think when they hear the term "big data?" (4:15)
  • What are the best practices for using data science and analytics? (8:05)
  • Big data is about experimentation, not necessarily about immediate success (10:13)
  • Big data requires a group effort, across business units (11:47)
  • A cross-correlation example from an airline (12:50)

 

And be sure to stay tuned for some tips on further reading to supplement topics covered in the video (23:32):

 

Watch the video now!

 

Related links:

Episode 1: CIO predictions for 2014

Episode 2: BYOD doesn’t stand for 'Bring Your Own Disaster': How to tame BYOD

Episode 3: Consumerization of IT: Bring your own 'everything'

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