Data-Driven Business Models: Challenges and Opportunities of Big Data

Recently, Datacratic's CTO, Jeremy Barnes was interviewed as an expert source for the Engaging Complexity: Challenges and Opportunities of Big Data report by Dr. Monica Bulger, Dr. Greg Taylor and Dr. Ralph Shroeder published by the Oxford Internet Institute and NEMODE.   This is an excellent resource that covers:

  • Big Data’s Evolving Economic Importance
  • Business Models for Big Data
  • Obstacles to Using Big Data
  • Realizing the Potential of Big Data
  • Big Data Skills and Organizational Development
  • Government Role in Big Data

Download your copy of  Engaging Complexity: Challenges and Opportunities of Big Data here.

About the Oxford Internet Institute:
The Oxford Internet Institute was established in 2001 as a multidisciplinary department of the University of Oxford, dedicated to the study of individual, collective and institutional behaviour on the Internet. Grounded in a determination to measure, understand and explain the Internet’s multi-faceted interactions and effects, researchers are drawn from fields such as political science, economics, education, geography, sociology, communication, and law.
Closely engaged with industry practitioners and policy makers, the Oxford Internet Institute is a trusted place for empirically grounded, independent research on the Internet and society, as well as a space for genuinely neutral informed debate.
NEMODE is an initiative under the Research Councils UK (RCUK)’s Digital Economy 
(DE) research programme to bring together communities to explore new economic 
models in the Digital Economy. The project, which began in April 2012, has funding 
of £1.5 million over three years.
NEMODE focuses on New Economic Models, one of four RCUK DE Challenge 
Areas (the other three being IT as a Utility, Communities and Culture, and 
Sustainable Society). It aims to create a network of business people, academics and 
other experts who will identify and investigate the big research questions in new 
economic models that have arisen as a result of the digital economy’s fast-paced 
The project aims to inform policy on issues pertaining to the digital economy and
engage with SMEs to stimulate new ideas and the creation of new markets. 
NEMODE will also inform business sectors and large companies about the changes 
necessary to enable them to take advantage of the opportunities created by today’s