Thor Olavsrud

Senior Writer

Thor Olavsrud covers data analytics, business intelligence, and data science for CIO.com. He resides in New York.

MongoDB adds free tier and migration utility to its cloud service

5 tips om veranderende tech bij te benen

Nieuwsgierige ontwikkelaars die blijven leren zijn altijd in trek.

Many executives still mistrust insights from data and analytics

Many executives still mistrust insights from data and analytics

Organizations say they are increasingly focusing on data-driven decision-making to guide their businesses, but a majority of business leaders lack confidence in the insights generated from data and analytics. Professional services...

Companies are complacent about data breach preparedness

Companies are complacent about data breach preparedness

The good news is that most organizations now have a data breach preparedness plan. But the bad news that many don't review, update or practice it, according to a new study.

Nog niet in API's verdiept? Waarom niet?

IT-managers moeten basisconcept en meerwaarde helder voor ogen hebben.

9 fundamentele veranderingen in IT-dreigingen tot 2018

Bijvoorbeeld cloudfragmentatie en disclosure-dictatuur leiden tot beveiligingsrisico's.

10 questions to ask analytics vendors (before you buy)

10 questions to ask analytics vendors (before you buy)

Analytics purchase decisions are littered with opportunities for missteps. These 10 questions will help ensure you get off on the right foot.

Why CIOs must plan for API deprecation

Why CIOs must plan for API deprecation

As the strategic value of APIs continue to grow, so do the risks associated with the common act of updating or retiring them. H

Wat gaat AI ons nu echt brengen de komende tijd?

Gesloten onderhandelingen, orgaandonaties, arbitrage - het wordt allemaal anders.

Pentaho adds native Python integration

Pentaho adds native Python integration

The integration brings the most popular coding language to Pentaho's data integration environment, allowing it to better support machine learning and analytical environments.

5 information security trends that will dominate in 2016

5 information security trends that will dominate in 2016

Cybercriminals are becoming more sophisticated and collaborative with every coming year. To combat the threat in 2016, information security professionals must understand these five trends.

Organizations are sloppy about securing privileged accounts

Organizations are sloppy about securing privileged accounts

While most companies have processes in place for managing administrative and other privileged accounts -- the sorts of credentials frequently used in high-profile data breaches for the past several years -- most do a poor job of...

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