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10 Reasons Why Now Is the Time to Get into Big Data

June 12, 2015 by Rick Delgado

Big data is a key that'll explain specifically what your consumers really think about your product. Big data is even being used in medical research for companies that do personalized medicine or companion diagnostics, and need to analyze large amounts of biological data. You'll be able to use your insight to easily get a better picture of your customers based out of different geographic areas and belonging to different demographic groups.[read more]

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Beyond Automation: Streamlining Business Processes with Custom Software

April 8, 2015 by Kendall Wyman

Beyond automation.

Custom software can be a game-changing solution for many organizations, but you can’t just throw applications at a business process problem and expect it to go away. Learn how custom business applications can improve your organization's operations by finding and addressing gaps in your current processes.[read more]

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Data Lakes and Network Optimization: What’s Next for Telecommunications and Big Data

March 31, 2015 by Sameer Nori

Telecommunication. 

Relational data warehouses served communications service providers well in the past, but it’s time to start thinking beyond columns and rows. Unstructured data will be the fuel that powers risk management and decision-making in the near future. And to use all sorts of data to its fullest potential, we need new ways of storing, accessing and analyzing that data.[read more]

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Winning Strategies for Enterprise Mobile App Development

March 24, 2015 by Glenn Johnson

Mobile apps.

Enterprise mobile apps are being commissioned at a hectic pace across all industries, geographies and business processes. Employees see mobile apps as an essential means of resolving issues raised in phone calls, emails and other messages delivered by smartphones and tablets usually while the employee is ‘off site’ and ‘off duty.’[read more]

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Big Data Ethics: Rearranging the Puzzlers

March 7, 2015 by Anand Srivastava

Big data.

The modern entrepreneur is completely dependent on the concept of Big Data, overloaded with the Workforce management schematics. This post delves deep into the concept of Big Data Ethics considering the chunks associated with the initiation and procurement. Big Data is an enigma and the ethics need to be understood first in the interest of safeguarding consumer interests.[read more]

2015: The Year of IoT Pioneers, Analytics and Data Privacy

January 16, 2015 by Puneet Pandit

2015.

This past year welcomed widespread Internet of Things (IoT) adoption and hype, big data implementation, and growing concerns around data privacy and cloud deployment. As 2014 draws to a close, we look ahead with much anticipation for what promises to be a signature year for machine learning, predictive analytics, new IoT pioneers and a full overhaul in the distribution of the IoT.[read more]

How to Improve Your Receivables Position With Better Risk Analysis

December 23, 2014 by Keith Peterson
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Risk analysis.

If you drive a car then you know what a dashboard is. There are two main gauges that we are all very familiar with – the speedometer and the fuel gauge. The other gauges we don’t usually take much notice of. It is a similar story if you are running a business – the speedo is revenue and the fuel gauge is money in the bank, and it is those two measures most businesses keep an eagle eye on.[read more]

Unify Brand, Agency, and Technology Efforts with Your Customer Data

December 21, 2014 by Rishi Shah

Park City, Utah.

While it may be a new concept for brands, owning and controlling your customer data does not need to be as daunting as it sounds. It’s as straightforward as listing your priorities, looking at what you’re bringing in-house from the agency, finding a technology partner that breaks down barriers instead of erecting them, and asking for data in its raw format so that you can use it, grow it and benefit from it.[read more]

3 Business Questions Big Data Helps to Answer

November 11, 2014 by Bernard Marr
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Before you start collecting and analyzing data, it’s important that you know what questions you want to answer. Here are three important business questions that big data can help to answer, along with examples of how companies are already answering them using big data.[read more]

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Hadoop in Advertising & Media: Is Data Analytics Making Old Media New?

October 2, 2014 by Sameer Nori
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Hadoop in advertising and media.

Imagine the chance to truly connect with a customer. Imagine if you knew what movies and television shows they watched, and not only when, but how often. Imagine knowing what screen they watched it on and how they shared it socially. Imagine knowing what they like, or dislike, and knowing it in real-time.[read more]

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5 Big Data Hadoop Use Cases for Retail

September 30, 2014 by Sameer Nori

Hadoop for retail.

How does Apache Hadoop help retailers? Apache Hadoop is not just a data storage and processing framework - it is an transformational platform, especially for retailers who want to analyze customer data and improve revenues and the general customer experience.[read more]

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Robot HR: How HR is Contributing to Unemployment

September 23, 2014 by Shawn Gordon

Did human eyes ever see your resume?

We have all these tech companies screaming for more H1B visas and in reality, there is probably plenty of talent right here in the US, but HR is standing in the way of the two active parties in many cases, or lawyers in the way in others. There has to be a better way to connect interested companies with willing talent.[read more]

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Derailing Your Supply Chain BI Project

September 1, 2014 by Ray Major

Derailing a project.

Remind people that data doesn’t kill dreams. A Supply Chain Business Intelligence initiative is not a funeral service for their creativity. Quite the opposite, in fact. The insights they gain from BI will pave the way for the boldest, most creative options you’ve ever considered as a business.[read more]

Supply Chain Business Intelligence Is More Than Just Technology

August 20, 2014 by Ray Major

Supply chain BI.

Interestingly the technology implementation requires the most hard dollar costs, and returns the least in terms of ROI. The real value in Holistic BI is in garnering the corporate buy in or, in other words, training the people to make better data-driven business decisions based on the data.[read more]

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Data Scientist: Sexiest Job on the Planet

August 7, 2014 by Ray Major

Data scientist.

If you paid close attention, you could see it coming. The tortoise eventually beats the hare, but it does take time. Allow me to make my case using the following more or less chronological, non-linear and highly selective history of the modern era.[read more]