Tim Berners-lee News & Analysis
| Monday Oct 6, 2014
Ask 100 people to define big data and you'll get 100 answers, including no answers at all. In theory, big data can help organizations make decisions faster, easier and more accurately. But in practice, faster and easier is just an unrealized goal — and creating business value is often even more elusive.
Riddled with hype and inflated expectations, big data has been nothing more than a nebulous concept for many organizations.
Rather than successfully analyze a complex set of datasets to discover information that could help teams make better decisions or find new patterns, floods of data often overwhelm the people struggling to make sense of it.
| Thursday Mar 14, 2013
The crowd was wildly snapping pictures and the star of the show grabbed his camera and started snapping back. Fans who surrounded the spectacle started then taking pictures of the audience and the icon taking pictures of each other. It was like a moment from a rock concert, with the exception that instead of throwing guitar picks to the audience, the superstar was throwing HTML5 stickers and was the biggest geek (a term I use with love) in the room.
| Tuesday May 24, 2011
Need an e-Discovery solution that reflects perspectives of both the IT and legal departments? The search may be over. Today, Exterro released a new data management layer for its integrated solution suite. Fusion Zeta is an automated, easy-to-administer application designed to handle in-place early case assessment, preservation, collection and analysis. But perhaps most importantly, it gives legal teams 360-degree access into the entire e-discovery process, while eliminating the chaos of manual processes.
| Wednesday Jul 15, 2009
These days the UK government seems unusually savvy when it comes to technology, open source and open standards. Now they've embraced another open movement, that of open data. And they've appointed Sir Tim Berners-Lee, father of the World Wide Web, to help.