According to Inhi Suh, IBM vice president of big data, integration, and governance, businesses in 2014 will sharpen their focus on big data. Moreover, they will place a greater emphasis than they did in 2013 on analytics projects, data-related security and privacy, and a new generation of cognitive-intelligence applications. And they will even find a seat at the boardroom table for a new executive—the chief data officer (CDO).
Suh’s 2014 predictions are based, in part, on feedback that IBM is hearing from its enterprise clients. Visit the InformationWeek.com site, and read the article, “IBM’s Predictions: 6 Big Data Trends in 2014”1 to discover six ways that IBM predicts organizations will react to the big data phenomenon in 2014.
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