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Analytics Trends 2015
A below-the-surface look
Analytics momentum continues to grow, moving squarely into the mainstream of business decision-making worldwide. Put simply, analytics is becoming both the air that we breathe—and the ocean in which we swim. Take a below-the-surface look at our Analytics Trends Report.
Quadruple down on data security
In 2014, the business world got walloped on the issue of data security, and there are few reasons to believe 2015 will be much better. With the volumes of data being captured and managed by organizations today, analytics is the first and last line of defense for data security—a theme that pervades all the other trends on this list.
Deloitte University Press: Building consumer trust - Protecting personal data in the consumer product industry
Deloitte University Press: Cyber crime fighting
The Analytics of Things
As the Internet of Things generates massive amounts of structured and unstructured data from new sources, are companies prepared with the new class of big data analytics required to uncover and capture value?
Deloitte University Press: Why the “old” brain struggles with big data
Deloitte University Press: The Analytics of Things
A lot of people are saying that data shouldn’t just be managed as an asset—it should be valued as one. So the more data you have, the better, right? It may not be so simple.
Deloitte University Press: Four steps to a data business
Wired Innovation Insights: Leaving Money on the Table: Users, Privacy, and Money in Analytics
Wired Innovation Insights: Mining for Gold: How to Best Monetize Enterprise Data
The convergence of machine and human intelligence is disrupting traditional decision-making, as cognitive computing leads to cognitive analytics. While both are still in their early stages, it’s time to start wrestling with the implications on businesses, industries—and society at large.
Deloitte University Press: Demystifying artificial intelligence - What business leaders need to know about cognitive technologies
Deloitte Analytics: The three-minute guide to cognitive analytics
Deloitte University Press: Tech Trends - Cognitive analytics
The rise of open source
Tax analytics: Striking gold?
Tax leaders within companies have generally been slower to adopt analytics than their peers in other parts of the business. But now many view this as the time for the quantitative field of tax to take its game to the next level.
Deloitte Analytics: Tax Analytics – From the inside out – The (not so artistic) state of the art
Deloitte Analytics: Tax Director Analytics
Deloitte Analytics: Tax analytics for proactive tax risk management
Universities step up
As higher education begins to churn out more data scientists and quantitative analysts, many expect the pressure to keep building. Is it time to move from STEM to STEAM—where the “A” stands for Analytics?
Deloitte Analytics: The three-minute guide to data scientists
Deloitte University Press: The datafication of HR
The data brokerage business continues to heat up—along with questions about the underlying accuracy of all that data trading hands. How much inaccuracy is acceptable—and what’s the plan for improving the data with so much at stake?
LinkedIn Pulse: Predictably Inaccurate: Big Data Brokers
Analytics Trends 2015 in the news
Can big data give us bionic brains?
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