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The Raspberry Pi: The tiny computer that could - Computer Science Zone

The Raspberry Pi: The tiny computer that could - Computer Science Zone | COMPUTATIONAL THINKING and CYBERLEARNING | Scoop.it

"If you’re in the market for a new computer that works out of the box, the Raspberry Pi might not be to your taste ..."


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A Visual History of Computing [Infographic]

A Visual History of Computing [Infographic] | COMPUTATIONAL THINKING and CYBERLEARNING | Scoop.it

Exactly 70 years ago this month the world’s first electronic programmable digital computer was created. It was called Colossus and was engineered in the UK by code breakers working during the Second World War. 

Computers and their uses have changed significantly over the past 70 years – primarily government machines quickly proved their worth in the business landscape, and more recently they have become commonplace in homes too.

Akita, a London IT support company has produced a large interactive page and infographic to showcase the developments in technology. It can be viewed in full here: http://www.akita.co.uk/computing-history/ or as a static image at the link.


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Why Big Data Is Everywhere [INFOGRAPHIC]

Why Big Data Is Everywhere [INFOGRAPHIC] | COMPUTATIONAL THINKING and CYBERLEARNING | Scoop.it

According to research from IBM, 90% of the world's data was created in just the past few years. Where does this data come from? Well, every minute 208,300 photos are uploaded to Facebook, 350,000 tweets are sent, millions of dollars are carried out in Amazon transactions and more.

Big data analytics is thus derived from the way this tremendous amount of data is handled in order to make strategic, profit-driven decisions, making our enormous stores of data useful.


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Emeric Nectoux's curator insight, January 7, 2014 11:06 PM

Good infographic giving you the state-of-the-art and trends regarding Big Data.

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Infographic: The Who, Why And How Of Big Data

Infographic: The Who, Why And How Of Big Data | COMPUTATIONAL THINKING and CYBERLEARNING | Scoop.it

Early adopters of Big Data are outperforming competitors. To catch up, other companies need the right people and tools—but they also need to embed Big Data in their organizations. That means spelling out their ambitions, developing analytics skills and mindsets throughout the company, and creating an organizational home for the new Big Data capability.

Here’s how Big Data is taking shape at major companies today.


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