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by Jaime Grimes

Big Data Salaries, Job Opportunities Soaring

Want to make more than your organization’s CIO? If the answer is yes, become a data scientist manager.

While most BI and data warehousing salaries remain stagnant through 2014, big data analytics professionals and data scientists are rare, prized – and well compensated, according to InformationWeek’s new BI and Analytics Salary

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by Alex Gramling

2014 IT Spending, Budgets Projected to Increase

Companies are opening their wallets for more IT services, software and hardware, with cloud and mobility spending leading the way, according to two new reports.

Worldwide IT spending is on pace to total $3.8 trillion in 2014, a 3.2 percent increase from 2013 spending, according to the latest forecast

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by Jaime Grimes

Big Data Leads Top-Paying IT Skills

IT professionals with big data-oriented languages, databases and skills took home the highest paychecks in 2013, according to the Dice Tech Salary Survey released last month.

In fact, nine of the top 10 average tech salaries were related to big data, with skills and experience including R, NoSQL, MapReduce,…

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by Dr. Frank Speidel

3 Must-Read Resources to Understanding Big Data in Healthcare

As the New Year begins, we can reflect on the past year’s technology investments’ maturation. Fittingly, the December Harvard Business Review closed 2013 with a spotlight on “Making Your Company Data-Friendly.” Three of the articles provide some edgy considerations for healthcare IT in 2014.

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