The danger lies in there not being a culture that normalises embedding analytics in their daily work.
LinkedIn report shows data scientist and full stack engineer are most sought after.
2019 will be a year where businesses won’t doubt the need of analytics in the decision-making process.
Data protection and maintaining business continuity are some reasons why this company thinks you need its services.
US-based company to set up regional HQ and second R&D centre in Singapore.
Big data has been the buzz phrase in the tech world for a few years now. But is it more hype than reality? Edwin Yapp has a candid chat with one expert on the state of big data in the world today.
On Malaysia's National Big Data Framework, amongst Dr Shawn Tan's concerns is that when all those government scholars return to serve, and the local graduates from shiny new programmes hit the market, there may not actually be any available big data to crunch.
For the past few years, companies have been touting the advantages of business intelligence (BI) as a means to gain competitive advantage over their rivals. But while enterprises are just beginning to apply BI as a tool to analyze their business performance, a new catchphrase in analytics has appeared in the past year, and as with all new trends, has begun to capture the imagination of businesses, writes Edwin Yapp