What's happening at your company--is major analytics work underway? If not, what is everyone waiting for? The transformational and disruptive potential of big data is too big to ignore.
It appears that the term is being used interchangeably with data analytics which can be applied to any data set size. While incorrect, it is notable that data analysis is so top of mind of so many. And that is as it should be.
IT security spending is expected to increase over the next year, according to a survey of 900 IT leaders by IT staffing firm TEKsystems.
Gartner is warning enterprises that the "nexus of forces"--the research firm's term for the convergence of social, mobile, cloud and big data technologies--is transforming the way IT departments approach enterprise security.
Phil Simon, author of the book Too Big to Ignore: The Business Case for Big Data, offers his answers to frequently asked big data questions.
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Many government computer systems lack the capacity needed to meet the growing demands of cloud computing, Big Data and other leading technologies, according to a recent survey of 200 government network managers.
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For every industry, farming included, data analysis is no longer a matter of developing a competitive edge, but a means to stay in business.
One of the fastest-growing regions to embrace cloud-based computing is the Persian Gulf area, where oil-rich countries are seeing a boom in new corporations as well as the use of Big Data and cloud computing to gain business intelligence and operational savings.