How 35 Canadian CIOs are sizing up big data and analytics issues


In some ways, this is the kind of thing that we’re discussing at the CIO Innovation Summit. To make sure we were developing the right kind of program, though, we conducted an informal survey with a group of 35 IT leaders from a cross-section of industries including manufacturing, health care, education and others. The results showed some interest in big data but a lot of sharp disagreement about the impact of analytics on hiring, skill sets, the management of information and the need to ensure the business was getting the proper benefit.

Source: www.itworldcanada.com

In some ways, this is the kind of thing that we’re discussing at the CIO Innovation Summit. To make sure we were developing the right kind of program, though, we conducted an informal survey with a group of 35 IT leaders from a cross-section of industries including manufacturing, health care, education and others. The results showed some interest in big data but a lot of sharp disagreement about the impact of analytics on hiring, skill sets, the management of information and the need to ensure the business was getting the proper benefit. 

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