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4 Ways Hadoop Is Improving Our Healthcare System

October 24, 2014 by Sameer Nori

Hadoop in healthcare.

With new medical advances every day, it’s no surprise that the healthcare field has a bold new technology that allows doctors and researchers to more easily access and learn about diseases, treatments, and cures. This technology, Apache Hadoop, is a big data storage and processing platform that gives healthcare providers the ability to effectively use much more data than has ever been possible.[read more]

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Addressing 5 Objections to Big Data

October 22, 2014 by Gil Allouche
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Objections to big data.

For many businesses, especially smaller ones, big data can be almost incomprehensible and understandably so. There are so many different parts to it that if you take one look you may think it’s just too much for your business to ever use. Again, this is where big data in the cloud is so important.[read more]

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A Closer Look at CloudFlare and Incapsula: Next Generation CDN Services

October 22, 2014 by Anand Srinivasan
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CloudFlare and Incapsula.

Today a new generation of CDNs built to harness advancements in hardware, networking and cloud computing. These next gen CDNs are radically different in architecture from their predecessors, and are designed to consolidate multiple technologies for website acceleration and security into a full-blown application delivery solution.[read more]

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The Big Data Capacity Crisis

October 21, 2014 by Bernard Marr

The Big Data Guru column.

With the amount of data being generated worldwide increasing at a rate of 40%-60% per year (depending on who you believe), some people certainly think so. The EMC Corporation’s Digital Universe 2014 report states “data is growing so fast there are bound to be difficulties ahead.”[read more]

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How to Create Users in Oracle BI (OBIEE) and WebLogic Tutorial

October 15, 2014 by Julie Johnson

Oracle BI.

This short guide will take you through the process of creating new users in Oracle OBIEE and WebLogic as well as introducing security concepts including the use of security groups and application roles to control data access.[read more]

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The Six Key Big Data Skills Businesses Need

October 14, 2014 by Bernard Marr
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The Big Data Guru column.

The number of jobs related to Big Data is growing by the day, as more and more companies become aware of the benefits data collection and analysis could have on their profitability. Many of these jobs come with very attractive six figure salaries, and for anyone interested in data and analysis, could provide extremely rewarding careers.[read more]

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3 Tips to Make You a Genius Forecaster

October 13, 2014 by Paul Barsch
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Forecasting is hard, and even those who sometimes get it right, often fail on a continuous basis. But fear not, there are three steps you can take to drastically improve your forecast accuracy, but you’ll have to be willing to put in the work, and possibly put your ego aside to get there.[read more]

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How IoT Impacts Business Strategy

October 10, 2014 by Gil Allouche

Business strategy.

The Internet of Things (IoT) hasn’t fully arrived yet, but it’s well on its way. Indeed, now more than ever before companies and individuals are connected to the web in a host of different ways. Whether it’s through traditional means, i.e. smartphone, tablet, computer or through non-traditional means, i.e. appliances, cars, homes, etc., there is a strong force behind IoT growth.[read more]

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Whose Story Are You Telling?

October 8, 2014 by Tamara Dull

The Big Data MOPS Series.

You have limited (if any) control over what others share about you, but you do have control over what you share about yourself and others. Just because you have someone’s personal information doesn’t mean you have to share or act on it. Remember: It may not be your story to tell.[read more]

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8 Amazing Big Data Companies You Should Know, But Probably Don’t

October 7, 2014 by Bernard Marr

The Big Data Guru column.

The Big Data industry is changing weekly and unless you pay very close attention to who’s who in the maelstrom of emerging big data innovators, these upstarts might have slipped under your radar. Expect to hear more about some of them, and the technologies, services and applications they are developing, in the near future. Of course in the fast currents they are trying to swim in, others may sink without a trace![read more]

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Enabling Smart Marketing With Big Data

October 7, 2014 by Anand Srinivasan
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Big data.

As a marketer, it is easy to get caught in the loop of endless buzzwords and jargons about how 'brand equity' and 'alignment' ensure that your 'cutting edge' technologies bring about greater 'engagement'. But the 'bottom line' is that you just have to establish a strategy that is profitable for your company.[read more]

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How Does the New iPhone 6 Use Cloud Storage?

October 7, 2014 by Rick Delgado

New iPhone 6 and cloud storage.

The new iPhone 6 is out and already receiving some impressive reviews from publications and Apple fans. The device, along with its counterpart the iPhone 6 Plus, has been selling extremely well, with more than 10 million units sold in the first week of release.[read more]

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Fine-Tuning Manufacturing Operations with Big Data and Hadoop

October 6, 2014 by Sameer Nori

Manufacturing pperations and Hadoop.

Your organization is a lean, mean Six Sigma machine. The corporate culture is centered on continuous improvement, with everyone well versed in Kaizen. Your supply chain is well oiled, which should provide assurance about product quality. And yet you wonder: is it possible to improve operations even further?[read more]

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The N-gram and the Book "Uncharted: Big Data as a Lens on Human Culture"

October 4, 2014 by Hallam Stevens

Uncharted: Big Data as a Lens on Human Culture

Between 2007 and 2010, graduate students Erez Aiden, Jean-Baptiste Michel and Yuan Shen developed a tool for analyzing Google’s digitized books. Known as the N-gram viewer, their tool essentially just counted the number of times a word or phrase appeared in all the digitized publications for a given year.[read more]

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What CEOs Need in Their BYOD Tool Chest

October 3, 2014 by Rick Delgado

BYOD.

There’s the question that bring your own device (BYOD) is here to stay. A year ago, many were predicting widespread adoption of BYOD policies, allowing employees to use their personal devices for work. The promise of a happier workforce and more productivity certainly drove many to including BYOD in their companies.[read more]

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

October 2, 2014 by Sameer Nori

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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A Cautionary Tale: Are You Clicking Your Privacy (or the Privacy of Others) Away?

October 1, 2014 by Tamara Dull

The Big Data MOPS Series.

The big data privacy discussion is subtle, complex and complicated – and we each have a role to play. What’s yours going to be? This is my adapted version of the popular "Feathers in the Wind" tale attributed to Rabbi Levi Yitzhak of Berdichev.[read more]

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Who Are the 7 Most Data Rich Companies in the World?

September 30, 2014 by Bernard Marr

The Big Data Guru column.

Some companies really get big data. Not only do they realize size matters – they understand you also have to know what to do with it. Here’s a list of seven companies I think are at the top of the game, when it comes to cutting-edge use of data to strategically achieve business goals.[read more]

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Getting Started with Big Data? Here are Your Tips for Success [SLIDESHARE]

September 30, 2014 by Rick Delgado
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Big data tips.

If one thing has become clear in the past few years of big data hype, it's that getting started with big data is more complicated than implementing Hadoop, and the concept of big data requires more company buy-in than an investment in a piece of technology.[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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