"This Week in Data" is a weekly infographic that aims to serve as a quick and easy way for our readers to catch up on the latest news about the people and organizations that are shaking up the world of big data, cloud computing, and all thing data storage.
This week marked a bridge between 2014, a year that Sony Pictures is happy to have in its rearview mirror, and 2015, which is likely to be filled with plenty more major data security and encryption stories - including the release of Kim Dotcom's fully-encrypted video service. Meanwhile, Wikibon's recent report gave some valuable advice for organizations that made resolutions to improve their Big Data ROI.
Read about all that and more by checking out the infographic and clicking the links below to get the full stories. As always, leave a comment at the bottom of the page if you have any major stories to add to our list.
New Evidence in Sony Hack
- Security Experts Believe Former Sony Employee, Not North Korea, Behind Breach
- A Q&A with the Hackers Who Say they Helped Break into Sony's Network
Inline Analytics key to Big Data
- Follow the Money: Big Data ROI and Inline Analytics
- Report finds Operational Impact is Key to Big Data ROI
NSA Encryption Documents
- Leaked NSA Documents Reveal the Best Way to Stay Anonymous Online
- Leaked NSA Documents Reveal How to Hide from the NSA
iOS 8 Storage Lawsuit
- Apple Rings in the New Year with a Lawsuit Over the Size of iOS 8
- Apple Sued Over Storage-Devouring iOS 8
Mega Encrypted Video Service
- Kim Dotcom will soon Launch an Encrypted Video Call Service
- Kim Dotcom's Mega to Launch Browser-Based Encrypted Video Call and Chat Service 'Soon'