Category: Data Management

4 Questions You Should Ask Yourself Before You Implement Any Big Data Strategy

AAEAAQAAAAAAAAQXAAAAJDk1MjgyZDRmLTljYzEtNGU3OC04ODNkLTJhNzc1YzJkMjRjMAWhether you run a small business with just a few employees or you are in charge of a multinational corporation, you can benefit from an effective big data strategy. Thanks to website analytics, geo-location services, data mining, and the constant stream of data flowing to and from us through everyday devices and products, there is more market data available today than at any other time in history.

Not only that, but the amount of data we’re producing is growing at an incredibly rapid rate. In less than five years from today, experts predict that our annual data creation will reach nearly 45 trillion gigabytes. With mind-boggling amounts of data like that available to individuals, corporations, and governments, there is no question that your business needs a big data strategy.

Hadoop : A Summary of Customer Use Cases

Background and Approach Amidst the hype about Big Data and the capabilities and benefits that it brings, the Hadoop open-source software has attracted much attention.  Hadoop is now a key component to the analytical ecosystem for many organisations, but for...

How to Capture Customer Data Without Losing Trust

Organizations such as Spotify and the City of New York’s Transportation Department have recently found themselves defending their intentions behind collecting customer data. As firms seek to use customer insights to innovate their business models and deliver better customer experiences,...

Cloud Computing

Cloud Monitoring – 3 Ways to Shine a Light on Shadow IT with End User Experience Management

A variety of solutions can help IT evaluate technology requests more quickly, speed up implementation times, and foster better collaboration with business units. End User Experience Management (EUEM) takes a different perspective in illuminating the use of Shadow IT – the perspective of the workforce end user. Here are three ways End User Experience Management can help enterprises shine a light on Shadow IT.