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Big Data “Hype” Coming To An End | SiliconANGLE

Big Data “Hype” Coming To An End | SiliconANGLE | Super Awesome IT Market Info | Scoop.it

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Tony Agresta's curator insight, January 27, 2013 1:20 PM

"Organizations have fascinating ideas, but they are disappointed with a difficulty in figuring out reliable solutions,” writes Sicular from The Gartner Group.

 

"Their disappointment applies to more advanced cases of sentiment analysis, which go beyond traditional vendor offerings.  Difficulties are also abundant when organizations work on new ideas, which depend on factors that have been traditionally outside of their industry competence, e.g. linking a variety of unstructured data sources.”

 

Today, organizations are coming to the realization that free or low cost open source technology to handle big data requires intense development cycles that burn costs and time.  Solving demanding challenges in these four areas has proven difficult:

 

  • Search & Discovery
  • Content Delivery
  • Analytics and Information Products
  • Data Consolidation

 

Organizations need to work with proven technology that's reliable and durable.  They need to work with technology that handles ACID transactions, enterprise security, high availability, replication, real time indexing and alerting - without having to right 10,000+ lines of code. 

 

Major financial institutions, healthcare payors, government agencies, media giants, energy companies, and state & local organizations have standardized on big data technology proven to increase developer productivity, create new revenue streams and address mission critical operations in a post 9-11 era. 

 








Adrian Carr's curator insight, February 11, 2013 11:11 AM

IT does it again.  Build a technology up until we start to believe it will solve all world problems.  It generates huge "science projects" and then everything comes tumbling down.  Finally a voice of reason says...maybe we set expectations unrealistically...One more trough of disillussionment !

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Business Ideas 2013 Has In Store - The Benefits!

Business Ideas 2013 Has In Store - The Benefits! | Super Awesome IT Market Info | Scoop.it
The top 3 business ideas 2013 has to offer will benefit all those who invest in them. There’s a lot to learn, and a lot of money to earn with an online business...
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Technology And BIG Data Are Changing The Retail World - Forbes

Technology And BIG Data Are Changing The Retail World - Forbes | Super Awesome IT Market Info | Scoop.it

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Tony Agresta's curator insight, January 29, 2013 10:20 AM

The conclusions in this article are spot on.


  • Streamline data and data gathered for you by market researchers
  • Help you manage, tabulate, analyze, visualize and deliver data in interactive, web-based and mobile formats
  • Provide insight into your target market
  • Offer solutions to pressing business problems.


The only one I would add would emphasize the need to use ALL of your data including new forms of unstructured data created through social and mobile.  Streaming this data in real time allows retailers to react to advertising, sentiment, changes in buying behavior and more.

Edward Chenard's curator insight, January 29, 2013 10:22 AM

And we are at the forefront of this.

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DNA - The New Big Data Storage Solution of the 21st Century? | CloudTimes

DNA - The New Big Data Storage Solution of the 21st Century? | CloudTimes | Super Awesome IT Market Info | Scoop.it
Scientists are constantly looking for alternative methods of storing information that will ensure long-term preservation of data at low cost and operating cost.

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