Big Data: A Time to Save, a Time to Delete
Nonessential work byproduct is not only clogging your internal network, it's raising the risk of litigation and cyber attacks.
Big Data, Bigger Job
Everybody seems excited about the potential of huge datasets to turbo-charge their businesses. But do companies have the talent they’ll need?
Finance executives have no trouble imagining how new technologies will make their companies more competitive. So why can’t they make that vision a reality?
VCs Pour Money Into Hadoop Big-Data Players
Some corporations are already jettisoning legacy databases and restrictive hardware setups and moving to the open-source framework for data analytics.
The Sustainability of Big Data
With the surging prominence of issues related to information technology, IT is gaining ground on the environment as part of the sustainability picture.
Tech-Savvy CFO Rides the Big-Data Wave
A divisional CFO at NYSE Euronext moves down in company size but eyes a giant growth opportunity.
Accounting’s Big Data Problem
Reality is swiftly outpacing the ability of accountants to embrace Big Data. How can they catch up?
U.K. Auditors Seek Financial Reporting Triage
Citing “widespread complaints of information overload in financial reporting,” reformers would allow companies to pick and choose what to disclose.
Get IT Right — Or Get Left Behind
Buying information technology is easy. Harnessing it to its full potential is the hard part.
Aided by Data Analytics, Internal Auditors Dig Deep
Internal auditors who incorporate data analytics will reap the benefits of real-time risk management.
Mobilizing the C-Suite for Big-Data Analytics
Leadership-capacity constraints are undermining many companies’ efforts. New management structures can be part of the solution.