By Daniel Magestro, Sep 22, 2015
Through IIA’s network of faculty thought leaders, and deep relationships with dozens of companies across all industries, my passion has found an incredible home to learn from the best, and help the best become better in all aspects of data and analytics. It’s the dream job for me.
By Bill Franks, Oct 08, 2015
The Internet of Things (IoT) is a topic that is continuing to rise in buzz and interest. The IoT has been rapidly arriving around us whether we realize it or not. However, the sensor technology behind the IoT and the data it generates is outpacing our ability to consume, analyze, and drive value with it. This must change, and it certainly will in light of the focus that organizations are putting on analyzing IoT data.
By IIA Faculty, Oct 01, 2015
To recap our work for September 2015, check out the following summary of our publications and activities.
By Thomas H. Davenport, Sep 29, 2015
Software and technology are certainly eating the world these days. But the world will develop a massive case of indigestion if we don’t bring people along with this historic transformation.
By Rich Lanza, Sep 24, 2015
Back in 2014, the audit and fraud detection community set out to create a comprehensive list of key words or rather “bad phrases” that highlight potential issues in accounting data.
By Bill Franks, Sep 10, 2015
Make sure that your organization isn’t underestimating the nature of the battle going on with cyber security. At the same time, don’t assume that any organization with a data breach is guilty of being careless and sloppy. The fact is that a battle is continuously raging to defeat network security protocols.
Sep 03, 2015
I wanted to share an update to my May blog post about my daughter Jane Phillips, an Oregon Episcopal School 4th grader, and her International Fair school project on big data.
By Robert Handfield, Sep 02, 2015
Supply chain risk management brings up a whole host of issues – and as one executive pointed out, is rather a sophisticated concept. Many companies have Enterprise Risk models that they use in their organization that is typically a common format that can be used across different functions to refer to risk. But when such frameworks are translated into supply chain terms, several problems arise, as the typical concepts of risk probability versus impact are not always easily transferable.
By IIA Faculty, Sep 01, 2015
To recap our work for August 2015, check out the following summary of our publications and activities.
By John Thuma, Aug 25, 2015
On August 18, IIA hosted a webinar featuring IIA Faculty Member John Thuma, a Director with the Aster Big Data COI at Teradata Corporation, discussing the ways companies today can use the lessons of data governance to solve the problems of a big data era. A handful of questions during our Q&A session were left unanswered, so we asked John to tackle them in a blog post.